Canada Orders First A330-200s For Tanker-Transport Mission

A CC-150 Polaris refuels two CF-18 fighters over Canada.
Credit: DND
Canada has ordered two 7-year-old Airbus A330-200 aircraft worth $102 million from a lessor to convert into a new tanker-transport fleet, making them the first two aircraft purchased to replace five A310-derived CC-150 Polaris jets. The contract award announced on July 14 comes a year after the...

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