U.K. Parliament Spotlights Tanker Service Charge
LONDON — AirTanker, the private consortium that will provide the U.K.’s aerial refueling capability, will be able to charge the Royal Air Force (RAF) if RAF combat aircraft refuel from the tankers of other nations. The £10.5 billion, 25-year-long Future Strategic Transport Aircraft (FSTA) private...
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