In June 2016, the A400M Programme made a further key step regarding its paratrooper delivery capability. From 13 to 24 June, a test campaign was organised with Airbus Defense and Space in South-West France to clear static line jump operations of paratroopers.
OCCAR, on behalf of the ESSOR Participating States, signed on 12 January 2016 an agreement with the Wireless Innovation Forum for the exchange of information in order to support the harmonization of the Software Communications Architecture (SCA) standards at an international level.
June 9: The A400M transporter was the undoubted star of the first day of ILA 2010, Berlin’s international airshow held at Schonefeld Airport. MSN 001, the first prototype, carried 17 tonnes of test equipment but it didn’t stop a full aerial demonstration being given, including a short-field landing and a 120 degrees wing tipover.