Although I can find reference to the Eurocopter EC135 being a test bed for fly-by-light, I am not sure if it has entered production with the system . The only confirmed aircraft I can find is the Kawasaki P-1 . I am aware that the F-22, for example, has an optical fibre databus which is used to handle the large volume of data from the RADAR . I am also aware of numerous test beds (the F-18 flown by NASA, the F-15 used in the FLASH program, and many others, but would welcome comments about these in case I have missed any). I am more interested in production aircraft that utilise optical fibre data links for flight control signals. For context, I was told in passing by a flight test engineer that given MIL-STD-1773 exists , fibre optic data links are effectively "everywhere". Based on my knowledge this is not correct, and after some research I agree with my assertion; however, maybe someone else has some additional knowledge.
Which production aircraft utilise a fly-by-light control system (other than the Kawasaki P-1)?
3 Spitzer, C. R. (2000). Digital Avionics Handbook. Taylor & Francis. Google Books
4 See for example, MIL-STD-1553 & 1773 DATA BUS PDF (66 kB)