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Egypt orders eight more Airbus C295 tactical transports

[Johannesburg, 22 July 2014] - Egypt has ordered eight more Airbus C295 transports in a deal which will take its fleet to 20 and makes it the biggest customer for the market-leading tactical airlifter.

The new batch of aircraft will be delivered to the Egyptian Air Force by Airbus Defence and Space beginning next year, and will follow the 12 aircraft previously ordered, of which six are already in service.

The contract also includes a service support package for spares, training, and maintenance of the fleet. 
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Last updated : 22 July 2014

 
 
 

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