Five C295 aircraft for Poland
Airbus Military has announced that the Polish Air Force has signed a contract for the acquisition of five C295 transport aircraft to further expand their transport capabilities. The company made the announcement 2 July 2012.
According to the company, the aircraft will join the existing C295s currently in service, increasing the fleet to 16 aircraft, and will be used to support the Polish Air Force in its national and international operations. Deliveries will start end of this year and continue into 2013.
Airbus Military said this order brings to the total orders for the C295 to 113, with 85 currently in operation with 13 countries.
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