U.S. State Department approves possible $1.9 billion sale of refueling planes to Japan
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department notified Congress on Wednesday that it has approved a possible sale of Boeing Co (NYSE: BA) military refueling aircraft to Japan worth up to $1.9 billion, the Defense Security Cooperation Agency said.
The agency said in a statement that Japan is seeking four KC-46A aerial refueling aircraft plus an additional spare Pratt & Whitney (NYSE: UTX) turbofan engine as well as other supporting systems. The estimated cost of the aircraft and other equipment is $1.9 billion, DSCA said.
(Reporting by David Alexander; Editing by Eric Walsh)
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