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Brasilia, after a long delay, the Brazilian government has allocated the budget for the purchase of three tankers IAI 767-300 MMTT. Conversions will be made by Israel Aerospace Industries. IAI selected for contract in 2013 as part of KC-X2 replacement program KC-137 tanker current "Stratoliner", the Brazilian Air Force (FAB). Brazil chose the concept of Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) B767-300 Multi-Mission Tanker Transport (MMTT). The old KC-137 (derived from B707) are in service within…

Columbian Air Force Israeli Aerospace Industries IAI converted B767-300 Multi-Mission Tanker Transport (MMTT).IAI on Boeing B767-300 MMTT allows the aircraft to be configured simultaneously for refueling, cargo transport, VIP passengers as desired by the operator. The aircraft also has a cargo door for transporting pallets. Passenger seats and consoles to refueling, can be quickly installed or removed.

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Yochai Mossi refueling trials with IAI Kfir C7 of Colombian Air Force. Brasilia, after a long delay, the Brazilian government has allocated the budget for the purchase of three tankers IAI 767-300 MMTT. Conversions will be made by Israel Aerospace Industries. Reminder: IAI has been selected for the contract in 2013 as part of the KC-X2 replacement program KC-137 tanker current "Stratoliner", the Brazilian Air Force (FAB). Brazil chose the concept of Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI)…

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Brasilia, after a long delay, the Brazilian government has allocated the budget for the purchase of three tankers IAI 767-300 MMTT. Conversions will be made by Israel Aerospace Industries. Reminder: IAI has been selected for the contract in 2013 as part of the KC-X2 replacement program KC-137 tanker current "Stratoliner", the Brazilian Air Force (FAB). Brazil chose the concept of Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) B767-300 Multi-Mission Tanker Transport (MMTT). The old KC-137 (derived…

Air New Zealand B767-300 ZK-NCM at Hamilton, September 29, 1999

Air New Zealand B767-300 ZK-NCM at Hamilton, September 29, 1999. Touchdown - the first 767 landing at Hamilton International. This was a proving flight for the use of Hamilton as an alternate for Auckland. The aircraft was captained by Dave Morgan.

Air New Zealand B767-300 ZK-NCM at Hamilton, September 29, 1999. Touchdown - the first 767 landing at Hamilton International. This was a proving flight for the use of Hamilton as an alternate for Auckland. The aircraft was captained by Dave Morgan.

Air New Zealand B767-300 ZK-NCM at Hamilton, September 29, 1999. Touchdown - the first 767 landing at Hamilton International. This was a proving flight for the use of Hamilton as an alternate for Auckland. The aircraft was captained by Dave Morgan.