Spain's first A400M takes off
The flight took place on 5 September in Seville, Spain, where the Airbus A400M Final Assembly Line is located.
The aircraft, known as MSN44, completed a three hour and 45 minute flight before landing back in Seville.
The flight marks a major milestone for the Spanish A400M programme. According to Airbus the aircraft is expected to be delivered to the customer in the coming weeks.
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