Indonesia Orders Two More C295s
KUALA LUMPUR—Indonesia has ordered two additional Airbus C295 aircraft, adding to nine already delivered. The new aircraft will be configured for maritime patrol. The air force uses the earlier C295s as transporters. The national police will operate one of the new C295s as its only fixed-wing...
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