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Qantas Airways will return two Airbus A330-200 aircraft to CIT Aerospace by the end of the year, pending their conversion to multi-role tanker transports (MRTT) for the Royal Australian Air Force.
The two airliners bear the registrations VH-EBH (MSN 892) and VH-EBI (MSN 898), says Australia’s Department of Defence (DoD). They will eventually be converted to KC-30As (the RAAF designation for the A330 MRTT) at Airbus Defence and Space’s Getafe, Spain facility, for delivery to the RAAF in 2018.
The DoD confirms that it will assume full ownership of the converted jets.
originally posted by: Blackfinger
QANTAS is pretty much a dieing company.Most of its maintenance capabilities that made us one of the world best have gone now.At the Jet Base in Sydney they have been demolishing hangars already.