Typhoons Need Midair Collision Avoidance System, Safety Officials Say

Credit: Typhoon: Eurofighter
LONDON – Military air safety officials have described as "unsustainable" a decision not to install an airborne collision avoidance system (ACAS) on the Royal Air Force’s (RAF) fleet of Eurofighter Typhoons. In its annual safety report from last August – made public on Jan. 13, the director general...

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