In 1983, work on the European Fighter Aircraft reached a qualitatively new level: December 16, Chiefs of Staff of the Luftwaffe, Britain, France, Italy and Spain came to an agreement on the basic requirements for new aircraft, named originally FEFA (Future European Fighter Aircraft - the future European airplane fighter). Subsequently, the acronym has been replaced by the EFA. Eurofighter consortium was formed with headquarters in Munich. It includes company DASA (Germany), BAe (UK), Alenia (Italy), Dassault-Breguet (France) and SASA (Spain).
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