RAF reveals name of Dassault 900LX CSAT aircraft

A new aircraft type procured by the Royal Air Force (RAF) as a replacement for its BAe 146 fleet in the Command Support Air Transport (CSAT) role has been officially named.

The Dassault 900LX will officially be called the ‘Envoy IV CC Mk1’ in a nod both to its crucial role in defence diplomacy and to previous Envoy aircraft in RAF service.

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