Canada Picks Airbus A295W As Buffalo Successor

Credit: Airbus
Airbus has bested rivals Leonardo and Embraer to win Canada’s Fixed-Wing Search-and-Rescue (FWSAR) competition, landing a C$2.4 billion ($1.82 billion) deal to provide 16 C295W aircraft and five years of in-service support. The decision announced in Trenton, Ontario, on Dec. 8 comes 12 years after...

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