Though currently unfinished, below you can view an image for the A-400M, a futuristic British cargo plane due out in the next few years. The A400M has a much larger payload than the C-160 Transall and C-130 and the design makes extensive use of composite materials. The capability for short soft field landing and take off is part of the requirement and the aircraft has six-wheel high flotation main landing gear. The need for airdrops and tactical flight requires good low airspeed flight and the aircraft also has long range and high cruise speed for rapid and flexible deployment. It is capable of air-to-air refuelling as a receiver and can be converted to a two-point tanker within two hours.
All airborne drops for the UK side will be performed by this aircraft, which is currently being produced by Orcapilot26.
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