Belgium has begun tendering for new infrastructure worth up to €275 million ($308 million) to support its new F-35 Joint Strike Fighter fleet. Because Brussels wants to base its 34 F-35As across two air bases, Florennes and Kleine Brogel, two sets of facilities will be required. This will include facilities for operational planning, mission preparation and training infrastructure, each with four flight simulators and hangarage for maintenance facilities for six aircraft. The costs also ...


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