An Airbus A400M military plane flies before landing during a test flight at the airport of the Andalusian capital of Seville May 12, 2015. REUTERS/Marcelo del Pozo/Files
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Spain could decide to resume A400M plane flights after a meeting with Airbus officials Monday to discuss the causes of a deadly crash of one of the planes last month, Defense Minister Pedro Morenes said in an interview published Saturday.Spain ordered a halt of A400M military airlifter flights following the May 9 crash of one of the planes near Seville in southern Spain which killed four of six Airbus employees who were on board.An analysis of the black boxes of the A400M plane which crashed has revealed that three of the aircraft's four engines failed before it ploughed into a field, Airbus said Wednesday.Airbus group's chief of strategy Marwan Lahoud told German daily Handelsblatt that the engines of the plane were poorly installed during final assembly, which could have led to the engines malfunctioning and crashing.
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