Spain joins European Air Transport Command


Spain is the sixth country to assign air transport and refueling assets to the European Air Transport Command (EATC) in Eindhoven, the Netherlands.

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As of January 1, 2015, 28 Spanish aircraft will be assigned: 13 C-295 tactical transports, seven C-130 transports, five KC-130 tankers, and three Boeing 707 tanker and strategic transport aircraft .

The aircraft will join Airbus A310 passenger and transport aircraft, Airbus A321s, Airbus A340s, C-160 Transalls, C-130s, Falcon DA-20Es and DA-900Bs, Embraer ERJ135s and 145s, and KDC-10s from Belgium, Germany, France, Luxembourg and the Netherlands.

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