Engine Demonstrator To Strengthen UK-Japan Fighter Ties

UK-Japanese Engine Demonstrator
The demonstrator will likely feature technologies from Rolls-Royce’s FCAS TI and IHI’s development of the XF9 indigenous fighter engine.
Credit: Rolls-Royce
British and Japanese propulsion engineers are cooperating on development of an advanced fighter engine demonstrator that could lead to a single powerplant for the future combat aircraft planned by both nations. Rolls-Royce and IHI Corp. will work together on a £230 million ($310 million) full-scale...

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