Airbus tests A400M military plane as water bomber

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Airbus has successfully tested a removable firefighting demonstrator kit on the A400M. The test involved dropping 20 tonnes of water in less than 10 seconds, Airbus said. The roll-on/roll-off kit requires no modification to the aircraft. Canadair's water bombers have capacity of 6,000 litres -- only a third of that of the A 400M.
Published 5 months ago Photography directindustry.com

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