KUALA LUMPUR—Indonesian Aerospace is temporarily declining to accept a Philippine order for six NC212i transports while it considers whether it can deliver them on time. Philippines Air Force (PAF) Chief Air Lt. Gen. Rozzano Briguez said the aircraft should be received in 2020, but the manufacturer would not confirm when asked by Aerospace DAILY. “We need to synchronize the aircraft production line to ensure that we can meet the delivery schedule before the contract can be ...

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