Germany Leasing M-28s For Paratroop Training

Credit: PZL-Mielec M-28: Voytek S.
LONDON—The German defense ministry is leasing a pair of PZL-Mielec M-28 twin-turboprop utility aircraft to support paratroop training. The two aircraft are being leased for four years to help reduce the burden of training on Germany’s aging C-160 Transall airlifters normally used for the task...

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