U.K. Scraps TriStar Upgrade

LONDON — The U.K.’s plans to phase out its TriStar fleet have prompted the Defense Ministry to scrap an expansive cockpit upgrade program. The goal now is to do just enough to keep the aircraft compliant with air traffic management (ATM) rules. One aircraft has already undergone the so-called...

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