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INDIAN SUPREME COURT UPHOLDS ATC CONTRACT AWARD TO RAYTHEON

 LEXINGTON, Mass., May 7 /PRNewswire/ -- India's Supreme Court has upheld the contract award to Raytheon (NYSE: RTN) by the National Airports Authority (NAA) for the modernization of air traffic control systems at the Bombay and Delhi airports. The award had been challenged by Thomson-CSF of France.
 The contract awarded to Raytheon includes radars, navigational aids, displays, and air traffic control automation systems for the two airports.
 Raytheon's Canadian subsidiary, Raytheon Canada Limited, will manufacture two airport surveillance radars and two long range air route surveillance radars, described as the latest generation of all solid state primary radars.
 Raytheon's UK subsidiary, Cossor Electronics, Limited, will produce the systems' four monopulse secondary surveillance radars -- the latest generation Condor II product that Cossor has begun delivering to European customers.
 Raytheon's Indian partner, NELCO Ltd., a member of the Tata Group, will furnish in-country support.
 Other system elements include navigational aids, voice communications, an aeronautical information briefing system, and airport detection radar (ASDE).
 Raytheon will also provide extensive training programs for controllers, supervisors and support personnel to enable the NAA to provide the modern air traffic control services and improved air safety made possible by the new equipment.
 Raytheon, headquartered in Lexington, Mass., is a $9 billion, international, technology-based company with sales in four business segments: Electronics, Aircraft Products, Energy and environmental, and Major Appliances.
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