Getafe

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Getafe

(hātä`fā), town (1990 pop. 139,068), Madrid prov., central Spain. An industrial and agricultural center S of Madrid, Getafe has become part of the metropolitan area of Madrid. Its manufactures include electrical equipment and aircraft. The Spanish air force has its headquarters in Getafe.
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The system is located at EADS's Structural Test Laboratory in Getafe, Madrid. This facility is where aviation started in Spain in the very early 20th century and is the current location for Airbus Military engineering, whilst production is carried out in their Andalucia site.
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