A new Airbus A400M military aircraft rolls on the runway, in this picture taken September 30, 2013, after it landed at the Orleans air base. REUTERS/Christian Hartmann/Files
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Airbus said Wednesday its A400M would take part in the flying display at the Paris airshow next week, just over a month after one of the planes fatally crashed in Spain after a massive engine failure.Airbus said its military aircraft will perform the same routine it has demonstrated at airshows since 2010 every day next week at the air show just outside Paris.An analysis of the black boxes revealed that three of the aircraft's four engines failed, Airbus said, after earlier warning about a technical bug in the units which control the engines.
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