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Indonesian air force restructures Super Puma orders

4th March 2009 - 08:40 GMT | by in Sydney

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The Indonesian air force is restructuring its 16 aircraft NAS332 Super Puma order to end production at 10 airframes and complete the remainder in either Super Puma Mk II or AS532 Cougar configuration.

The long delayed order, signed in 1998, has thus far seen just seven aircraft produced by the state-owned Indonesian Aerospace.

An additional three aircraft are expected to be completed later this year. Indonesian Aerospace officials told the official Antara news agency 2 March that the first of the three was at 90 per cent completion and was due to fly by the end of May. The remaining

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