Draken International News

Draken's L-159's Fly
Draken's L-159's Fly "RED AIR" for USMC F-35's During Agile Lightning

Draken International's Radar Equipped Jets Prove to be Worthy Adversaries for the USMC F-35B's During Agile Lightning and Wing Fury

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Draken International Completes a Successful Year of USMC Close Air Support Training
Draken International Completes a Successful Year of USMC Close Air Support Training

Draken International Completes a Successful Year of USMC Close Air Support Training

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Draken International Successfully Supports the USAF
Draken International Successfully Supports the USAF "Best of the Best"

Over the past few months, Draken International has served the United States Air Force (USAF) as their newest "Red Air" aggressor force. Draken International, the largest operator of ex-military aircraft in the world, flew more than 200 sorties in support of the USAF Weapons School and the F-35 Joint Operational Test Team.

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Draken International to Offer Next Generation Upgrades for Aero L-39 Aircraft
Draken International to Offer Next Generation Upgrades for Aero L-39 Aircraft

With a fleet of 80 tactical fighter aircraft, Draken owns and operates the world's largest commercial fleet of tactical ex-military aircraft. Draken supports military training objectives around the globe, providing tremendous cost savings over the use of traditional military fighter assets. As an organization, we are uniquely positioned to answer the growing demand for contract air support.

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Draken Flies Record Breaking 16-Aircraft Package at White Sands Missile Range
Draken Flies Record Breaking 16-Aircraft Package at White Sands Missile Range

Draken International Deploys 18 Aircraft, Flies Multiple 16-Aircraft Packages in support of Japanese Defense Force at White Sands Missile Range

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CAE Submits Bid for Canada's Contracted Airborne Training Services (CATS) Program
CAE Submits Bid for Canada's Contracted Airborne Training Services (CATS) Program

CAE today announced that it has submitted its bid for the Contracted Airborne Training Services (CATS) program to the Government of Canada.

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