Canada Picks Airbus C295W For Search-And-Rescue Role

Credit: Airbus
Canada’s 12-year search for a de Havilland Canada DHC-5 Buffalo replacement has finally ended, with the Canadian government announcing the Airbus C295W as the winner of its Fixed-Wing Search And Rescue (FWSAR) competition. The $2.4 billion, 11-year contract with Airbus delivers 16 new C295Ws as well...

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