Hungarian KC-390s To Bolster NATO Capacity In Eastern Europe: Officials
Hungarian officials say the country’s purchase of Embraer’s KC-390 airlifter “represents a gap-filling development” for NATO in Eastern Europe. Budapest has ordered two KC-390s, in part filling a capability gap left open by the retirement of its Antonov An-26 fleet in mid-2020. It will also provide...
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