Raytheon awarded $246M in two contracts for Navy's jet landing systems
Raytheon has been awarded two contracts worth $243.6 million for jets' landing systems on the U.S. Navy's aircraft carriers, reports Allen Cone for UPI.com
The Intelligent Aerospace take:
May 23, 2019- The contract for Raytheon will help enable pilots to more safely land aircraft in harsh environments from carriers to remote runways.
"The need for precision landings in harsh environments isn't limited to one military service and one airplane," Matt Gilligan, vice president of Raytheon Navigation, Weather and Services, said. "JPALS can help any fixed or rotary-wing aircraft land in harsh, low-visibility environments."
Jamie Whitney, Associate Editor