RAF BRIZE NORTON, U.K. — The U.K. Royal Air Force now looks unlikely to receive all four of the Airbus A400M airlifters it had planned on by the end of this year. A series of technical issues and a longer-than-expected acceptance process for the first of the new transport aircraft, delivered to the main operating base at Brize Norton on Nov. 17 means that delivery of the fourth aircraft, and possibly the third, may now take place early next year. The delivery of the first aircraft, ...

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