Egypt orders three Airbus Military C295 aircraft

  • 12:00 AM, October 29, 2010
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Egypt orders three Airbus Military C295 aircraft
The Egyptian Air Force (EAF) signed a contract with Airbus Military for the acquisition of three C295 aircraft. The aircraft are to be delivered from 2011 and will be used to increase the Egyptian Air Force’s capacity in tactical and logistic transport. The Egyptian Air Force herewith becomes a new Airbus Military customer. The Egyptian Air Force selected the C295 because of its ease of maintenance and proven operational capabilities, especially in desert areas. Furthermore, its versatility and adaptability to the most varied type of conditions and operations were another key element in the selection of the Airbus Military C295. Today, 85 C295 have been ordered by 13 customers, 64 of which are being operated in 11 countries.
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