Six nations operate the Eurofighter Typhoon and another two have placed orders. Meanwhile sales campaigns are running in many more, as Jon Lake explains.

A 3(F) Sqn Typhoon FGR4 makes for an impressive sight as it powers away in full afterburner. de Groot

The Eurofighter Typhoon – conceived by international partners Germany, Italy, Spain and the UK – continues to be developed by the four nations along with others that have since bought it.

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