Peru Mi-35 support contract awarded
Russian Helicopters has been awarded a contract to supply technical aviation equipment for the Peruvian Air Force's Mi-35 attack helicopters. The contract was awarded in July following a tender process.
The equipment will support the maintenance of the Mi-35 fleet. Delivery will be complete before the end of 2016.
The Peruvian armed forces deploy the Mi-8/17 and Mi-24/35 helicopters in a range of missions, including special forces and anti-drug trafficking operations.
Igor Chechikov, deputy CEO of aftersales services for Russian Helicopters, said: 'These are the first firm price contracts for aftersales services signed between the Russian holding and the Peruvian Ministry of Defence. Russian Helicopters is aiming for a phased increase of its supply scope.'
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