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27 February 2013
27. February 2013 Commercial Aircraft

Airbus Military’s A330 MRTT is accepted into the Royal Saudi Air Force fleet

A330 MRTT Royal Saudi Air Force
Saudi Arabia has placed its first A330 Multi Role Tanker Transport into operational service with this new-generation aircraft’s formal acceptance into the Royal Saudi Air Force fleet. The clearance was given by Deputy Minister of Defense Prince Khaled bin Sultan during a dedication ceremony held earlier in the week at Riyadh Airbase. This A330 MRTT is the first of a three-aircraft batch contractually delivered to Saudi Arabia by Airbus Military, and it will be deployed to refuel Royal Saudi Air Force fighter jets, including the F-15, Typhoon and Tornado.
A330 MRTT Royal Saudi Air Force

The no. 1 A330 Multi Role Tanker Transport for Saudi Arabia was formally accepted into the Royal Saudi Air Force fleet during a dedication ceremony held 25 February at Riyadh Airbase

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