SEVILLE, Spain – Airbus Defense and Space says sales and roles for its C295 twin-turboprop transport aircraft are increasing as the company announces sales of 20 more of the transports. On June 9 the company announced it had sold three of the aircraft to Ecuador and another 17 to undisclosed customers and was close to finalizing a deal with a Middle Eastern country for a gunship version of the aircraft. The 17 orders are made up of a single order for eight aircraft, destined for a ...
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