A damaged Eurofighter fighter jet blocks the entire road as it is hauled on the Autobahn 9 near Plech, southern Germany, Thursday, May 28, 2015. (Daniel Karmann/dpa via AP)
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Analysis of the flight recorders of the A400M which crashed in Spain on May 9, killing four, indicated there were no structural faults but assembly quality problems, a senior Airbus executive said in a newspaper interview to appear on Friday.The crash of the turboprop A400M military cargo and troop transport plane a few minutes into a test flight just north of Seville's airport prompted five countries -- Spain, Britain, Germany, Turkey and Malaysia -- to ground their planes pending the outcome of the probe which is being led by Spanish investigators.
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