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Leonardo’s air traffic control systems ready to support Bahrain Defence Force

Posted 15 November 2018 · Add Comment

Leonardo, in the presence of Royal Bahrain Air Force Commander Major General Shaikh Hamad Al Khalifa, officially delivered air traffic control systems to the Bahrain Defence Force at the Bahrain Airshow today.

“Leonardo is proud of contributing to the Bahrain national air space security and efficiency – commented Lorenzo Mariani, Leonardo chief commercial officer – and to keep on strengthening our ties with Bahraini Armed Forces." 

The supply includes a radar system made of a primary and a secondary monopulse, mode S radar, an approach control centre and the relevant training.

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