Egyptian Rafale Follow-Up Buy Will Double Fleet 

Three Egyptian Rafales from its first order of the fighter.
Credit: Khaled Desouki / AFP / Getty Images
Egypt is planning to more than double the size of its Dassault Rafale fleet after inking agreements with France for 30 more aircraft. The $4.5 billion purchase will be made with a loan provided by France with repayments over 10 years, the Egyptian Ministry of Defense confirmed on May 4. The order is...

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