SEVILLE, Spain, May 12 (UPI) -- Spain's Airbus Group NV, after the crash of its A400M transport plane killed four people last week, was ordered to stop flying the plane, halting all deliveries.
A massive, four-engine plane, used for large-scale transport, crashed Saturday near the airport in Seville, Spain, as it made its first flight after leaving the factory. It was built for a June delivery to Turkey's air force, and struck electrical wires before it crashed onto a nearby farm. Four of the six people aboard were killed. The survivors were hospitalized in serious condition.