SEOUL—Raytheon is proposing a multisensor aircraft based on the Bombardier Global 6500 for a South Korean ground-surveillance requirement, partnering with Korean Air. The defense ministry has issued a request for information for the program, for which four aircraft are required. Raytheon assumes the ministry will request proposals in a year or two, said Roy Azevedo, head of Raytheon’s space and airborne systems business. The mission is surveillance and tracking of targets in ...

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