Malaysia’s plan to buy fighter aircraft has been delayed for so long that attention has now shifted to less costly requirements, which are more likely to receive funding approval. The Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) has issued requests for information (RFI) for light combat aircraft (LCA) and unmanned surveillance aircraft. Candidates for the surveillance requirement can all carry weapons. The RFIs were issued in January, RMAF chief Gen. Affendi Buang tells Aviation Week. For the LCA ...

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