Since its creation two years go, Airbus Military has had one focus—fix the troubled A400M airlifter and KC-30 tanker/transport aircraft. But with light at the end of the tunnel for both, the EADS unit working on fixed-wing military aircraft is starting to look at how it will expand its product portfolio. Given the strain on engineering resources at parent company Airbus, and EADS's caution about drawing down its huge cash reserves, adding new aircraft types will require working with ...


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