Future airlifter

Sillery, Bob; Kirschner, Suzanne Kantra
April 1995
Popular Science;Apr95, Vol. 246 Issue 4, p16
Features Future Large Aircraft, a military airlifter being developed by Airbus. Capability to carry larger vehicles than the C-130 can accommodate; Faster and greater range; Weight.


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