Boeing Finally Restarts Flights For New Tanker Program

Credit: KC-46A: Boeing
WASHINGTON/LOS ANGELES – After five months on the ground, Boeing has finally resumed airworthiness testing for the KC-46A aerial refueler program. EMD-1, the first KC-767 2C variant modified for the tanker mission, took to the skies May 28 for a flight lasting more than 4 hr., says Caroline...

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