SINGAPORE — It appears Australia may order a sixth Boeing C-17, and there is a possibility New Zealand may also operate it. Australia plans to issue a document in late July or early August asking for pricing and slot availability for a sixth aircraft, according to officials familiar with the situation. The country already has a firm order for a fifth C-17, which is due to be delivered in August. Australia originally ordered four C-17s, all of which have been delivered, but a spate of ...
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