Airbus and Dassault will join in the study of future European fighters or serve in 2040.

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 Airbus and Dassault will join in the study of future European fighters or serve in 2040.


Merkel said: we jointly produce aircraft, we form a joint Squadron, and we are also working overseas. Therefore, we must plan joint training and action, which is logical. Merkel also said that the French and German partnerships have played a particular role in European cooperation, which is essential to inject new vitality into the idea of the European Community of defence. At the exhibition site near Schonefeld Airport in Berlin, the capital of Germany, 1100 exhibitors from 41 countries show the latest developments in the aviation industry - from unmanned aerial vehicles to flying taxis. The air show will close on the 29 day. The main topic of this years Berlin air show is to save aviation kerosene technology and electronic manipulation of aircraft. The German Frankfurt report website published a report on Airbus and Dassaults future European fighter in April 25th. Airbus Company and Dassault aircraft manufacturing company reached a basic agreement on the development of a new fighter aircraft jointly developed by Germany and France on 25 th. The two companies announced at the Berlin air show that the new fighter will be put into production around 2040, and will gradually replace the German Air Forces wind fighter and the French Air Forces gust fighter. The two sides said in a statement that Airbus and Dassault will work together to develop and produce the future European fighter (future air combat system). We are going to tell our defences and political decision-makers: we are ready, the chief executive of the two companies said at a joint press conference. Trafford, chief executive of Dassault company, appealed to leave the relevant technology in Europe. Discussions on this project have already begun: in July 2017, Germany and France agreed on the principle of developing joint fighter planes. The German and French defense ministers attended the 26 Berlin air show together. In particular, the modernization demand of the German Air Force has prompted the leading arms manufacturers to act. In order to replace 90 gale fighters before 2025, the German army is currently evaluating several proposals from European and American manufacturers. Photo: Airbus Companys first public European plan for the five generation of fighter planes at the Berlin air show. (source from the Internet) this article source: Reference News Network Editor: Yao Wenguang _NN1682 Photo: Airbus Companys first public European plan for the five generation of fighter planes at the Berlin air show. (the picture comes from the network)