Other News for Kawasaki OH-1

  • Japan to boost defence budget, but cut aircraft orders


    Japan has proposed making a 2.2% increase to its defence budget for fiscal year 2009, but its ¥4.8 trillion ($29.5...


  • Japan plans to buy 50 military aircraft next year


    Lockheed Martin, Bell and Sikorsky all winners in robust spending plan


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  • Japan to boost defence budget, but cut aircraft orders

    News | 01 Sep 2008 15:00 | Seiji Hirokawa

    Japan has proposed making a 2.2% increase to its defence budget for fiscal year 2009, but its ¥4.8 trillion ($29.5 billion) allocation contains just ¥189.1...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Japan-to-boost-defence-budget-but-cut-aircraft-orders-315353/
  • New Japanese budget to include first P-X maritime patrol aircraft

    News | 10 Sep 2007 16:28 | Seiji Hirokawa

    Japan plans to order 30 aircraft, including its first four Kawasaki Heavy Industries P-X maritime patrol aircraft and its final Fuji Heavy Industries/Boeing...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/New-Japanese-budget-to-include-first-P-X-maritime-patrol-aircraft-216558/
  • Japanese MoD procurement budget boosted despite cuts

    News | 16 Jan 2007 00:00 | Seiji Hirokawa

    Ministry able to purchase more aircraft, bucking trend as defence spending declineshttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Japanese-MoD-procurement-budget-boosted-despite-cuts-211545/
  • Japan plans to buy 50 military aircraft next year

    News | 15 Sep 2006 12:40 | Seiji Hirokawa

    Lockheed Martin, Bell and Sikorsky all winners in robust spending planhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Japan-plans-to-buy-50-military-aircraft-next-year-208939/
  • Kawasaki to develop new version of OH-1 helicopter

    News | 11 Apr 2006 00:00

    JDA seeks indigenous solution for large-scale replacement of army’s Fuji/Bell UH-1Jshttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Kawasaki-to-develop-new-version-of-OH-1-helicopter-205910/
  • Ready to compete

    News | 31 May 2005 00:00

    <p>Following a shift in government policy, hopes are high among Japanese aircraft manufacturers that at last they will be able to challenge for Western business </p> <p>Japanese defence contractors' long wait for an opportunity to tap into the global export market may finally come to an end over the next few years, with a variety of indigenously developed aircraft, engines and other equipment ready to compete with Western-built products.</p> <p>The Japanese government's long-standing ban on defence exports was relaxed at the end of last year to allow the export of missile components and other specific equipment. Although the country's largest aerospace manufacturers had been hoping for blanket authorisation to pursue exports, they believe that, eventually, more of their defence products will be approved for sale outside Japan. Kawasaki Heavy Industries (KHI) has been lobbying the Japan Defence Agency (JDA) to authorise export sales of its new C-X military transport. KHI believes thehttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Ready-to-compete-198609/