India OKs Airbus A330 AWACS Platform

NEW DELHI – India has decided to buy two Airbus A330 aircraft for mounting its indigenous Airborne Warning and Control Systems Aircraft (AWACS). The strategic program, costing around 5 billion rupees ($840 million), was approved by the defense acquisitions council (DAC) on March 28, a defense...

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