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Raytheon selected to upgrade air traffic management systems in Kyrgyz Republic.

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Technology organisation Raytheon Company (NYSE:RTN) on Tuesday said it has been awarded a contract to modernise the air traffic management systems in the Kyrgyz Republic.

Valued at USD24m, the contract includes modernisation of the country's main international airport near the capital city of Bishkek.

The procured requires the delivery of a wide area multilateration (WAM)-based air traffic control (ATC) system, ATC radio systems, a new air traffic control tower (ATCT) at Manas International Airport and related ancillary equipment and systems integration services required for safe and reliable operations.

The contracting authority is the US Air Force Electronic Systems Center, which is procuring this contract through the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) programme.

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