TOKYO—MBDA sees a possibility of selling Meteor long-range air-to-air missiles to Japan despite the defense ministry’s current acquisition of Raytheon AIM-120C-7 Amraams. The opportunity should arise when the Meteor is integrated onto the Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning, a representative of MBDA said, expecting that point to be reached in the early to mid 2020s. MBDA is not, however, discussing the possibility of supplying Meteors for Japan’s other current fighter program, ...

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