KUALA LUMPUR—The Philippines expects to buy more Airbus C295s following delivery of its fourth aircraft of the type on Nov. 11. The latest unit is fitted for VIP transportation, with radios for communicating with other military units and the presidential situation room. It is designated as a command-and-control (C2) aircraft by the Philippines Air Force (PAF) but lacks the sophistication of other C2 aircraft. It also is charged with other duties such as troop transport, medical ...

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