The coming year will feature changes in the outlook for the transport and special-mission aircraft sector, largely due to 2015 setbacks for the Airbus A400M and Boeing KC-46, as well as the long-awaited Boeing C-17 production line closure. But some things remain the same. Lockheed Martin’s latest C-130, the J model, maintains a strong orderbook. Spain, a key A400M customer, finally announced a decision to delay nearly half its orders. As of the May 9, 2015, crash that claimed the ...

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