Who developed the e7 wedgetail?

Who developed the e7 wedgetail?

The E-7A Wedgetail provides Australia with one of the most advanced airspace battle management capabilities in the world….Specifications.

Manufacturer Boeing
Engine Two CFM International CFM56-7 turbofans (27,300 lb thrust each)
Airframe Length 33.6 m, height 12.6 m
Wingspan 34.3 m

Who makes wedgetail radar?

Boeing 737 AEW&C

Boeing 737 AEW&C E-7 Wedgetail
Manufacturer Boeing Defense, Space & Security (modifications) Boeing Commercial Airplanes (original 737 Next Generation design)
First flight 2004
Introduction November 2012
Status In service

What does the E-7 wedgetail do?

The E-7 Wedgetail is the world’s most advanced, capable and reliable Airborne Early Warning and Control (AEW&C) platform, having proven itself in operations around the world. The aircraft is designed to track multiple airborne and maritime targets simultaneously.

What is a Wedgetail aircraft?

Wedgetail is an airborne early warning and control system, commonly known as AWACs or AEW&C. They are designed to track multiple targets at sea or in the air over a considerable area for long periods of time. This aircraft is replacing the E-3D Sentry, pictured below.

How many AWACS India have?

Future operators

Operator Aircraft Total
Indian Air Force Airbus A320 AEW&C 6
Aeronautica Militare IAI Eitam 2
Russian Air Force Beriev A-100
Royal Air Force Boeing 737 AEW&C 3

How many AWACS planes are there?

There are 31 aircraft in the U.S. inventory.

What will replace the E-3 AWACS?

E-7 airborne early
The US Air Force (USAF) has selected Boeing’s E-7 airborne early warning and control (AEW&C) aircraft as the replacement for the E-3 Sentry airborne warning and control system (AWACS) aircraft.