Japan, Italy, UK announce plan to build next-generation fighter jet


ISTANBUL 

Japan, Italy and the UK on Friday announced a joint plan to produce a next-generation fighter aircraft by 2035.

“We are announcing the Global Combat Air Programme (GCAP) – an ambitious endeavor to develop a next-generation fighter aircraft by 2035,” the leaders of the three countries said in a joint statement.

“Through the GCAP, we will build on our longstanding defense relationships,” it said, adding: “The GCAP will accelerate our advanced…



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