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[February 27, 2013]

Royal Saudi Air Force accepts Airbus Military A330 MRTT into fleet

Feb 27, 2013 (M2 PRESSWIRE via COMTEX) -- The Royal Saudi Air Force has formally inducted into service the Airbus Military A330 MRTT new generation tanker/transport aircraft. Deputy Minister of Defense Prince Khaled bin Sultan dedicated the aircraft at a ceremony at Riyadh Airbase on 25 February. The aircraft is the first of a batch of three that have now been contractually delivered. Deliveries of a second batch of three which were subsequently ordered will begin at the end of 2014. They will be used to refuel RSAF fighters including the F-15, Typhoon and Tornado. A330 MRTTs have now been delivered to all four current customers -- Australia, Saudi Arabia, UAE and UK.

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