Photo Caption: Magellan Aerospace signed a memorandum of agreement with BAE Systems to produce more than 1,000 sets of horizontal tails for the F-35 Conventional Take and Landing (CTOL) variant. Back Row, from left: Phil Davidson, Head of International Industrial Participation (IIP) Programmes F-35 Lightning II, BAE Systems; Steve O’Bryan, Vice President of F-35 Business Development and Program Integration; James S. Butyniec, President and CEO, Magellan Aerospace; Scott McCrady, Corporate JSF Program Director, Magellan Aerospace. Front Row, from left: Daniel Zanatta, Vice President, Business Development and Contracts, Magellan Aerospace; Mr. Paul Burns, Global Procurement and Supply Chain Director, BAE Systems.
All – Yesterday at the Paris Air Show, Magellan Aerospace, a Canadian company, signed a Memorandum of Agreement with BAE Systems for work on the F-35. Canadian industry has an estimated $10 billion in opportunities to participate in the F-35 program in the coming decades.
To date, the program has identified nearly 200 projects with more than $450 million already contracted – more than double Canada’s current investment in the F-35 program.
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