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Frank Visser and Ludo Mennes visited Wunstorf Air Base, Germany to report on Luftwaffe A400M operations

All images Frank Visser and Ludo Mennes unless stated

Germany originally ordered 53 A400M Atlas aircraft to replace its aging twin engine Transall C-160Ds, which are planned to leave service around 2021. The Luftwaffe now plans to accept only 40 of the four-engine machines. AIR International recently visited Wunstorf Air Base near Hanover to report on the transition from Transall to Atlas.

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