The UK Ministry of Defence is to buy five new surveillance (E-7 early warning radar) planes from the US aircraft manufacturer Boeing in a deal worth almost $2bn. The deal is also expected to provide opportunities for British suppliers in the area of training and support arrangements. But critics say the government should open up the procurement process to wider competition, according to the FT. Read more on Air Force Technology.

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