Aircraft Carrier Alliance

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HMS Queen Elizabeth (R08) during her build at the Rosyth yard in Fife, Scotland. Sitting next to her is HMS Illustrious (R06).

The Aircraft Carrier Alliance is a partnership of BAE Systems, Babcock International, Thales Group and the UK Ministry of Defence. Together with Rosyth Dockyard, they are building the Queen Elizabeth-class of aircraft carriers for the Royal Navy.[1] Along with Rosyth, five other shipyards are involved in the build process, including Appledore Shipbuilders, Cammell Laird (formerly Birkenhead), Govan Shipbuilders, HMNB Portsmouth and A&P Tyne.[1]

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 "UK's Second New Aircraft Carrier Officially Named HMS Prince Of Wales". forces.net. Retrieved 23 December 2017.


External links

Aircraft Carrier Alliance