On the 27th of September, Boeing was contracted to provide the next-generation advanced trainer jet. Other contenders included Lockheed Martin with KAI and Leonardo DRS, which partnered with its parent company. As early as 2017, AeroAnalysis pointed out to readers on that Boeing was slightly more likely to win the contract, for a couple of reasons. In this report, we have a look at some of the dynamics that played a role, the contract award as well as . . .
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