Rising costs have pushed the U.K.’s A400M transport buy and its aerial refueling tanker to the top of a list of overspending military programs compiled by the National Audit Office (NAO). A £175 million ($280 million) government export levy has been added to the cost of the Airbus Military A400M, while a £336 million ($539 million) hike in fuel costs has been added as an increase in costs to the Future Strategic Tanker Aircraft (FSTA) program, according to the NAO’s “Major Projects ...

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