Airbus Official Forced Out Over A400M Delays

Credit: A400M: Airbus Military
LONDON and PARIS – Domingo Ureña-Raso, who oversaw development of the Airbus A400M, has been forced to resign because of delays in getting the airlifter into service. Ureña-Raso, executive vice president for Military Aircraft at Airbus Defense and Space, resigned Jan. 29, effective immediately. He...

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