Australia could decide this year whether and how to proceed with a midlife update of its six Boeing 737 airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) aircraft, according to the company. Britain’s interest in the type, meanwhile, is raising the possibility of lowering sustainment costs for lead operator Australia. The two governments are looking at how they can work together, says Boeing’s manager of the Australian program, Scott Carpendale. The opportunities may arise because ...

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