Brazil evaluates Leonardo’s M-346 aircraft as an option to complement its Gripen fleet

The Air Force chief took advantage of his visit to Italy to learn first-hand about the Italian firm's LIFT capabilities.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The commander of the Brazilian Air Force, Lieutenant Brigadier Carlos de Almeida Baptista Júnior, in response to an invitation from the Italian company Leonardo, flew the M-346 Master aircraft of the 61st Stormo at the Lecce Air Base, Italy.

This model considered the most modern Lead In Flight Training (LIFT) in the market, is a potential candidate to fill the void of this type of aircraft currently in the . . .

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