Trainers at a Cusp

Braybrook, Roy
October 2009
Armada International;Oct/Nov2009, Vol. 33 Issue 5, p22
The article discusses the new generation of fixed-wing military training aircrafts, some of which have ground attack capabilities, as well as the global markets for these aircrafts. Forecast International forecasts that shipments of these aircrafts will average nearly 150 units per year worth about 1.6 billion dollars during 2009-2018. The different models of these aircrafts, as well as their production and sales levels are also cited.


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