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KAI won a contract to export 12 FA-50s to the Phil

2014-03-28 Hits : 12502

 

KAI won a contract to export 12 FA-50s to the Philippines, worthy of $420 million
- Shows the competitiveness of the FA-50 aircraft in global market and succeeds in the niche market with its high-performance and low-cost.

 

Korea Aerospace Industries, Ltd.(KAI) won a contract to export 12 FA-50s to the Philippines for Philippine Air Force's multi-purpose fighter purchase project in a government-to-government way on March 28th.

 

This contract including training is valued at $420 million and the company will completely deliver 12 aircraft within 38 months after the deal goes into effect.


The variant of T-50 family has received 52 orders from the Air Forces of Iraq(24) in 2013, Indonesia(16) in 2011 and the Philippines(12) in 2014.

 

T-50 variant aircraft developed in partnership with Lockheed Martin and in operation in the Republic of Korea Air Force.

 

The FA-50 measures 13.13m in length, 9.45m in width and 4.85m in height and is able to fly with a max speed of Mach 1.5 with up to 4,500kg armed weapons loaded in it.

 

FA-50 light attack aircraft, in particular earned KAI recognition for its high-performance and low-cost fighter.

 

KAI is eyeing to further exporting the T-50 variant aircraft to the U.S.A., Botswana, the U.A.E., Thailand and Peru.
 

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