A statement released by the company Wednesday said the contract valued at approximately
The upgrade will allow the aircraft to meet stringent international standards of Communications Navigation and Surveillance/Air Traffic Management systems and operate in commercial airspace, the company said.
"We have witnessed a growing demand for operability of transport aircraft in commercial air space and trust that further customers will require capabilities for their transport fleets," he said in the statement.
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