SEOUL—South Korea still hopes to integrate U.S. air-to-air missiles on the Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) KF-X fighter after the aircraft makes its first flight, a government source said. It will seek approval from Washington for the work after the aircraft makes its first flight, said the source, who is close to the program. That flight will occur in mid-2022, according to the Yonhap news agency. The first KF-X will be rolled out in mid-2021, it added. Maximum speed for the ...

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