Canada is restarting its search for new fighter jets but could still choose Lockheed Martin Corp’s F-35, which Ottawa had initially said it would buy before losing enthusiasm as cost estimates soared, a government source told Reuters on Friday.
An independent panel will study the F-35, Boeing Co’s F-18 Super Hornet and the EADS Eurofighter and report back to Ottawa by early 2013, the source said. The panel, which could also look at other fighters, will not make a recommendation on which jet to buy.
Source: David Ljunggren for Reuters
Canada is restarting its search for new fighter jets but could still choose Lockheed Martin…
by Tactical-Life / Dec 7, 2012