Snecma to deliver Atar 9K50 powerplants for use in prototypes of upgraded Kfir

October 1989
Aviation Week & Space Technology;10/30/1989, Vol. 131 Issue 18, p19
Trade Publication
Reports that the French engine manufacturer Snecma is preparing to deliver the first of five Atar 9K50 turbojet powerplants to Israel for the upgraded version of the Israeli Kfir combat aircraft.


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