Kazakhstan’s Border Service orders C295
Airbus has received an order to deliver one C295 medium transport aircraft to the Border Service of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the company announced on 21 March.
Through this agreement, which includes training, spares and ground support equipment, the overall C295 fleet operating in Kazakhstan will increase to nine aircraft.
The new C295 will be delivered in transport configuration and will carry out border control activities and homeland security operations.
With this new order the Border Service of Kazakhstan has become the 31st operator of the C295.
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