Airbus A400M Photo Competition

SHAH ALAM: Airbus has launched the A400M photography competition to celebrate the airlifter’s service. The competition opened to everyone is divided into three categories – General Public, Military or Young Photographer. However, the military category is only open to UK military forces personnel.

Prizes up for grab are a trip to the Airbus A400M manufacturing site in Seville including a guided tour of the A400M Final Assembly Line, the International Training Centre and the fantastic opportunity to participate in an A400M Full Flight Simulator experience.

A cockpit part of an Atlas being mated to a fuselage at the Airbus DS A400M final assembly line at Seville.

The winning photograph will also be featured as the cover of the Aerospace magazine. The closing date for the competition is Nov. 24, 2017. To enter the competition go here

For the young photographer category, the age limit is from 16 to 21 years old.

RMAF A400M banking at the opening ceremony.

From the competition website.

This competition is for anyone who has captured a great photograph of the A400M – the most advanced and certified airlifter available, proven in military operations with France, Germany, Turkey and the UK in Africa and Middle East.

The A400M combines 21st century state-of-the-art technologies to fulfil the current and upcoming Armed Forces’ needs, with the capability to carry and deliver strategic loads – even into tactical locations with small and unprepared airstrips.

To celebrate this amazing aircraft, we are launching the inaugural A400M photography competition. So, if you’ve got a photograph or three of the A400M, then select your category – General Public, Military or Young Photographer – follow the links and upload your images today to be in with the chance of winning a money-can’t-buy prize!

For the full terms of the competition, go here.here

M54-03 on finals at Subang airport.

As RMAF A400Ms have been flying around the country around two years already, it is likely some one here could have also taken a wonderful photograph of the aircraft. So lets get cracking will ya?

— Malaysian Defence

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