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CAE wins three contracts with Canadian, U.K. forces worth $100M

Montreal company wins training equipment contract, pair of support deals


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MONTREAL—Canadian defence and aircraft simulator firm CAE Inc. has won three contracts with the Canadian and U.K. armed forces worth approximately $100 million.

Under the agreement with the U.K., which was awarded through Lockheed Martin, the Montreal-based company will provide training equipment for helicopters used in the defence forces’ Military Flying Training System program. The agreement covers seven flight training devices and one command and tactics trainer for the Airbus Helicopters in the H135/H145 family.

Within Canada, CAE won a five-year deal to continue providing in-service support for the Royal Canadian Air Force’s CC-130J aircraft maintenance technician training program. The company also won a contract to continue providing avionics software upgrades, integrated logistics support and data management services for the RCAF’s CF-18 fighters.


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