Sabtu, Februari 22, 2014
LONDON-(IDB)  : BAE Systems expects to submit a leasing proposal for the Eurofighter Typhoon jet to Malaysia next month, as its cash-strapped government mulls over renting, rather than buying fighter aircraft.

"The Malaysian government is openly saying they have some issues on finance, and while they're ending subsidies and bringing in new value added tax, it's unlikely there's an appetite to buy Typhoon at this point," BAE's Group Business Development Director Alan Garwood told analysts on Thursday.

"What they have done is solicit leasing proposals from every major aerospace company. We will be submitting a leasing proposal next month for Typhoon together with a purchase option and expect to have further discussions later in the year or maybe even early next year around that," he said.

Last year Malaysia, which had wanted to buy 18 combat aircraft by 2015, said it was choosing between Boeing's F/A-18, Dassault's Rafale, Saab's Gripen and the Eurofighter Typhoon which is built by BAE, Airbus and Italy's Finmeccanica.

Industry sources said in March that the purchase could run into billions of dollars. Malaysia's Prime Minister Najib Razak told Reuters in October the purchase might be delayed.

Source : Reuters

3 komentar:

  1. Malon malon tak ada uang cash,terpaksalah pesawat pejuang di leasing.....

  2. Malaysia itu lagi sinetron,,, mereka pura-pura saja! menyaingi daya beli Indonesia sudah tidak mungkin oleh karena itu mereka lagi ngumpulin duit untuk membeli satu jenis alutsista saja tapi yang bisa membuat tetangganya nanti terkejut !
    Hati-hatilah ,,, kita harus belajar mengerti bagaimana Malon dan singapura secara diam senyap membangun alutsistanya sehingga membuat negara sebesar kita terkejut ! wahai bangsaku jadilah cerdas !

  3. Aku senang ada persaingan senjata