Damaged C-150 Tanker Returns As RCAF Plans Replacement

CC-150 Polaris
Credit: RCAF
The Royal Canadian Air Force has returned to service an Airbus C-150 Polaris that was damaged in a taxiing mishap, as a replacement program for the tanker/airlift fleet enters a new phase. One of five RCAF C-150s, a military derivative of the A310, rejoined the fleet, the RCAF announced in a March 4...
Steve Trimble

Steve covers military aviation, missiles and space for the Aviation Week Network, based in Washington DC.

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