South Korea to purchase more F-35A aircraft
A Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II Stealth Fighter of the USAF Heritage Flight performs at the Royal International Air Tattoo on July 13, 2018 at RAF Fairford, England. [STOCK IMAGE]
South Korea plans to purchase an additional 20 F-35A Lightning II stealth fighters to bolster its current fleet.
The $2.9 billion purchase will bring South Korea’s F-35 fleet to about 60 fighters with the planes expected to be procured by 2028.
The country currently has around 40 F-35A aircraft, which is the conventional take-off and landing variant.
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