LONDON — Airbus Defense and Space and the Turkish government are said to be involved in “intensive” discussions over the delayed delivery of the country’s first Airbus A400M airlifter. The talks heated up after comments by Airbus CEO Tom Enders at the company’s annual press conference on Feb. 26, during which he described the protracted negotiations and “bargaining” between Turkey and Airbus over the late delivery of Turkey’s first A400M as an “increasingly unbearable situation. “It ...

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