Ghana's CASA295 in Seville

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Ghana's Air Force received two CASA295 transports in late 2011/early 2012. The first of these was seen recently in Seville, where Airbus Military performed an interior modification. 

Airbus Military (formerly EADS-CASA) delivered ten CASA 295s in 2012, and there are 26 still on order, according to Aviation Week Intelligence Network's Fleet database.

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