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In an effort to improve service for domestic passengers and ease international travel, the United States Air Force on Tuesday announced a plan to overhaul its logistics and freight delivery fleet to improve the reliability of international flights.

The move will be a major shift for the U.S. Air Force, which has traditionally delivered flights to the world’s largest markets using its domestic carriers, but now hopes to take advantage of the rapid growth in air travel in other parts of the world.

The U.A.E. has been the main beneficiary of the new plan, as the Air Force is the world leader in air cargo, delivering about 70% of its cargo through its international hubs.

It has also been the fastest-growing international carrier, growing by about 100% since the beginning of this year.

The U.K. and Germany, both of which are major destinations for U.N. peacekeeping operations, have been the top-performing airlines in the world since this plan was announced.

For now, the U,B and O are the only major airlines that are using the new logistics fleet.

The Air Force plans to continue using other companies for the remainder of the contract, but is now working with a consortium of three major air carriers in the U.,B and U.

O to expand the fleet.

Air France, which also flies to the U-23 and U-20 world championships in Paris, said on Tuesday that it was looking to expand its logistics network in 2019.

Its new contract with Air Transport France-KLM is for up to 5.2 million euros ($6.8 million), which is up from 1.7 million euros last year.

Airbus, which operates a number of other major international carriers, said in an emailed statement that it had been working closely with the U.-17 and U.-20 nations and their allies to explore ways to further enhance the service.

Air Canada is also expanding its fleet.

Its contract with the government of Belgium expires at the end of this month, and Air Canada said on Monday that it would seek to extend the contract through 2021.

British Airways, which is part of the United Kingdom’s long-term alliance with the European Union, has a contract with Belgium through 2021, but British Airways CEO Patrick McLoughlin said the airline would consider a future extension. 

The move to expand international services is expected to save the Air National Guard, which will continue to fly to Belgium, about $4.4 million a year in operating costs, Air Force spokesman Capt. Matthew Williams said.

In an effort to improve service for domestic passengers and ease international travel, the United States Air Force on Tuesday…