Eurofighter is well into studies that not only map out the immediate future for Typhoon, but also keep it at the forefront of air warfare until 2050 and beyond.


THE EUROPEAN PARTNER companies — working in tandem with Eurofighter — see the Typhoon as a bridge to a next-generation European Future Combat Air System (FCAS). While the current Phase 3 Enhancement project takes the Typhoon into the next decade, the route to 2030 and beyond is already becoming clear. This not only taps into emerging requirements of existing customers, but also opens the door to potential additional sales.

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