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Fresh A400M charge clouds strong Airbus 2017 profits

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Airbus took a 1.3 billion euro ($1.6 billion) hit on its delayed A400M military transport plane, lifting charges on Europe's troubled defense...

Airbus talking to SAAF on A400M, A330MRTT and C295

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Airbus is briefing the South African Air Force (SAAF) on several of its aircraft, namely the A330MRTT, A400M and C295, to meet...

Egyptian Air Force orders eight more C295s to become largest customer

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Egypt has ordered another eight C295 transport aircraft from Airbus Defence and Space in a deal that will take its fleet to...

Airbus shows off new portfolio after restructuring

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Airbus Defence and Space is marketing an expanded range of military hardware, from tactical UAVs to fighter jets, under its new guise. Following...

Airbus A400M makes first visit to Mexico

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The Airbus A400M new generation airlifter landed today for the first time in Mexico, where the aircraft will show its performance in a series...

Airbus A400M makes first visit to Mexico

The aircraft will show its performance in a series of demonstration flights, flown by experimental test pilot, Ignacio "Nacho" Lombo.The Airbus A400M new generation...

US military aid to Egypt again halted; C295 deliveries continue

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US Senator Patrick Leahy, chairman of the Senate subcommittee that oversees foreign aid, said on Tuesday last week that he would not...

Egyptian C295 deliveries underway

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The Egyptian Air Force is taking delivery of its remaining six C295 transport aircraft from Airbus Military, with one of the type...

Egyptian C295s deliveries back on track

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It appears that the Egyptian Air Force will receive its six remaining C295s on order from Airbus Military, after delivery was earlier...

Aerosud now a Tier One supplier to Airbus Military

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Centurion-based Aerosud has again proven its standing in the international aerospace industry by winning an open tender for components on Airbus Military's...

Airbus Military, EADS North America deliver HC 144A Maintenance Training Unit...

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The US Coast Guard Aviation Logistics Center has purchased the prototype CN235 aircraft and plans to transform it into an HC-144A maintenance training unit....

Airbus Military A400M receives full civil Type Certificate from EAS

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Airbus Military has today received full Type Certification for the A400M new generation airlifter, marking a critical step towards delivery of the...

Airbus Military A400M receives full civil Type Certificate from EAS

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Airbus Military has today received full Type Certification for the A400M new generation airlifter, marking a critical step towards delivery of the first aircraft...

Egypt orders six more C295s

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Airbus Military today announced that the Egyptian Air Force has ordered six C295 transport aircraft, which will double its fleet to 12....

Airbus and Denel sign renegotiated A400M contract

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Airbus and Denel Aerostructures have described as ‘win win' their renegotiated contract covering the production of A400M components. The new agreement makes...

Togolese Air Force acquires CN235

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The small Togolese Air Force has received a major boost in its inventory with the acquisition of an ex-Botswana Defence Force CASA...

Airbus Military C295 carries Marte Mk2 anti-ship missile for first time

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Airbus Military and MBDA have successfully completed the first flight of the C295 maritime patrol aircraft, with an instrumented Marte MK2/S anti-ship inert...

Airbus Military begins final assembly of first A400M for Turkey

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The Airbus Military A400M final assembly line (FAL) in Seville (Spain) has begun working on the first A400M for the Turkish Air Force....

Denel Aerostructures getting additional A400M work package

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Denel Aerostructures (DAe) is in the process of receiving a third work package from Airbus Military to build tail plane ribs and...

Engine woes stop A400M flying at Farnborough

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Airbus is pulling Europe's A400M airlifter out of flying displays at next week's Farnborough Airshow due to continued engine problems, forcing it...

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