Brazilian Air Force to receive first A330 on July 26

The aircraft is the first of the tender won by Azul Airlines, which foresees the delivery of two A330-200 models to supply the operational needs of the FAB in strategic actions, such as in-flight refueling (REVO), logistic air transport, and humanitarian aid.

The Brazilian Air Force (FAB) will resume operating multi-engine strategic transport aircraft on July 26, when the first KC-30, local designation of the A330-200 model, christened FAB 2901 and manned by military personnel from the Second Squadron of the Second Transport Group (2nd/2nd GT) - Corsair Squadron, lands at the Galeão Air Base (BAGL), in Rio de Janeiro.

In Ireland, the aircraft underwent a process of paint replacement . . .

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