Cobham Hit By Financial Charges, Including USAF KC-46A

Credit: KC-46A: John D. Parker
Financial charges from the delayed U.S. Air Force KC-46A aerial refueling tanker continue to ripple across industry, with refueling system provider Cobham on Feb. 16 warning it will take £150 million ($187 million) in charges after tough talks with tanker prime Boeing. “The schedule remains...

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