Jan 11, 2009
Boeing is now in discussions with Indian industry for offset deals on the newly-minted, $2.1 billion contract to supply at least eight P-8I Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft. The company's search is focused on finding structural and avionics partners to fulfill the P-8I's offset requirement, reportedly worth 30% of the deal's overall value. Jan 7, 2009
India plans to buy eight maritime patrol aircraft from Boeing Co. under a $2.1 billion contract awaiting U.S. government clearance. The P-8I, a variant of the P-8A aircraft built for the Navy, will be used to monitor India's long coastline, though it also is designed for both surface and antisubmarine warfare. Jan 5, 2009
Korea Aerospace Industries
South Korea has asked Korea Aerospace Industries to develop a prototype of a light attack version of its T-50 advanced...