High-level government and industry discussions in the coming weeks will not just help decide the fate of the A400M transport—they could also shape the face of European airlift fleets in the medium term. A series of closely related talks is planned to sort out how to deal with years of delays associated with the A400M, including whether the program should survive. A wholesale termination is possible after Mar. 31, since the aircraft program will have failed to fly by then. Such a move ...

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