Europe’s fighter frenzy

Intel Report

As a new wave of fighter competitions take shape across Europe, Alan Warnes assesses the different nations’ requirements.

Much of Europe’s fighter business in recent years has focused on the Lockheed Martin F-35 – between them, seven of NATO’s more established states have expressed a current requirement for 478. European operators have sought the Joint Strike Fighter in government-to-government deals and most customers have cited interoperability with other NATO nations as a major reason for acquisition.

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