Selex scoops Falco deal in Middle East

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Selex ES has signed a contract worth more than €40 million ($53 million) to supply an undisclosed Middle Eastern country with Falco unmanned air systems.

Announced on 10 September, the deal also includes the provision of "operational and maintenance support" to the customer for a 12-month period, the company says.

"We welcome this new contract for our field-proven Falco UAS, that confirms the operational reliability and performance of the system," says Selex chief executive Fabrizio Giulianini.

 

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The company, which has previously sold the tactical UAS to "a range of international customers", including Pakistan's military, was also recently selected to supply Falco to support UN peacekeeping operations in the Democratic Republic of Congo, under a three-year deal worth €30 million.