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TriStars of the Royal Air Force retired

With the last flight from RAF Brize Norton to Bruntingthorpe on March 25th, the service time in the Royal Air Force for the mighty transporter ended silently.

 

Being a very reliable workhorse since it's introduction in 1984, this silent farewell does not give the deserved reflection as a important support aircraft in all major conflicts of the British and Coliation forces. The fleet of total nine aircrafts is currently replaced by the Airbus A330 Voyager entering service with the RAF.

  

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