U.S. Firm Signs Order For Russian Be-200 Water Bombers

Credit: Be-200: Dmitriy Pichugin
Long-running efforts to bring the Russian Beriev Be-200 amphibious aircraft into the U.S. for firefighting have taken a step forward with the announcement of a contract for up to 10 aircraft for California-based Seaplane Global Air Services. The contract for four firm and six option Be-200ES...
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