Wedgetail Work Not ‘Commercially Viable,’ Marshall Says

Credit: UK Defense Ministry
LONDON—British aerospace services company Marshall Aerospace and Defense Group says it withdrew from participating in a program to convert Boeing 737s into E-7 Wedgetail airborne early warning aircraft for the UK Royal Air Force because the work was not “commercially viable.” CEO Alistair McPhee...
Tony Osborne

Based in London, Tony covers European defense programs. Prior to joining Aviation Week in November 2012, Tony was at Shephard Media Group where he was deputy editor for Rotorhub and Defence Helicopter magazines.

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