Canada Enters Source Selection For Fighter Contract

Three companies have submitted bids to replace the CF-18 (above).
Credit: Royal Canadian Air Force
Canada’s search for a CF-18 replacement has entered a yearlong source-selection phase after three competitors submitted bids on July 31 to deliver 88 new aircraft under the CAD$15-19 billion ($11.2 - $14.2 billion) Future Fighter Capability program. Separate bids based on the Boeing FCanada’s search...
Steve Trimble

Steve covers military aviation, missiles and space for the Aviation Week Network, based in Washington DC.

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