RAF expands fighter tuition deal by £2.5m

June 2003
IT Training;Jun2003, p5
Trade Publication
The Great Britain Royal Air Force (RAF) has awarded Vega Group PLC an extension on its existing Eurofighter contract to provide hardware for its aircraft maintenance desktop training system. Under the extension, which takes the overall contract to a value of £ 9 million Vega will buy and install training equipment for RAF classrooms. It is also planning to provide training software to Italian, Spanish and German armies under a deal that has been co-ordinated by aerospace manufacturer Eads.


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