Kazakhstan’s first Airbus A400M emerges after painting

Asian country ordered two transport aircraft in September 2021 and the first of them will be delivered in 2024

Kazakhstan’s first A400M military transport turboprop has been unveiled by Airbus after leaving the paint booth in Seville, Spain.

The Kazakh Air Force aircraft received a bright paint job and whose emblems resemble the pattern used on Russian aircraft.

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The Asian country ordered two A400M in September 2021 and the first of them, MSN 139, will be delivered in 2024.

Kazakhstan first A400M (Airbus)

Kazakhstan is already an Airbus customer, having previously received nine C295 turboprops.

Unlike other operators of the aircraft, the Kazakh A400M was not equipped with an in-flight refueling probe.

The A400M currently flies in countries such as Germany, France, United Kingdom, Spain, Turkey, Belgium, Malaysia and Luxembourg, which together have received more than 120 aircraft.

Kazakhstan first A400M (Airbus)


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