Dassault Blames Airbus For New FCAS Program Delay

Dassault CEO Eric Trappier pictured in front of a model of the FCAS New Generation Fighter in 2019.
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LYON, France—Further requests from Airbus are delaying the signing of a contract for the demonstration phase of the Future Combat Air System, Dassault Aviation CEO Eric Trappier says. “French procurement agency DGA has prepared a contract and we are waiting for Airbus to sign it with us,” he said...

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