05 November 2014
Dassault Aviation and ourselves along with industrial partners have been awarded a £120m contract by the UK and French governments for a two-year co-operative Future Combat Air System (FCAS) Feasibility Phase study, formally signalling the start of work.

Following the political agreement announced at the Farnborough Air Show in July this year, Dassault Aviation and ourselves are pleased to have been awarded a two-year contract by the UK and French governments to help define the Franco-British requirement for a Future Combat Air System (FCAS) programme.

See the full article at BAE Systems