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No immediate plans to sell C-17 to India's neighbours: Boeing

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BANGALORE (BNS): Boeing Friday said it has no immediate plans to sell C-17 Globemaster III aircraft to the neighbouring countries of India.

"C-17 is the most advanced military aircraft in the world and can respond to diverse missions around the globe," Boeing Mobility Regional Director, Mr Patrick Drvez told reporters at the ongoing aero show in Bangalore.

The company has highlighted the new upgraded version of its existing Block 19 system and also presented an overview of the military and humanitarian capabilities of the C-17 Globemaster III.

“A new hardware and software systems has been developed for making the aircraft performance more robust in several areas,” he said.

The company has exhibited large-scale models, interactive displays, a P-8I mobile console, F/A-18E/F Super Hornet simulator with a next-generation cockpit and its other defence capabilities at the aero show.

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