Austria To Phase Out Eurofighters

Credit: Eurofighter Typhoon
LONDON—Austria plans to phase out its fleet of Eurofighter Typhoons in favor of a lower-cost alternative. Vienna said July 7 that it wants to get rid of its 15 Eurofighters and replace them—along with its aging fleet of Saab 105 training aircraft that also contribute to the country’s airspace...

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