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Sikorsky and Canadian Gov’t Will Change H-92 Contract

By Staff Writer | October 21, 2008

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The Canadian Air Force, Sikorsky’s launch customer for the maritime variant of the S-92, dubbed the H-92, is discussing design changes to the aircraft, which will push the delivery time from November 2008 to sometime in 2010. The terms of the $2.8 million USD contract for 28 of the large twin-engine helicopters will be renegotiated to include engine and computer upgrades. For related news

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