FRANKFURT and LONDON—The crash of an Airbus A400M airlifter that killed four people on May 9 may have been caused by new software that cut off the engine-fuel supply, industry sources have said. Four company personnel, including both test pilots, died when the aircraft—which had been destined for the Turkish air force—crashed on agricultural land north of Seville San Pablo Airport shortly after takeoff on its first flight. Two flight-test engineers were pulled from the ...


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