Sikorsky signs Basic Ordering Agreement with Brunei
Sikorsky Aerospace Services has announced that it has signed a Basic Ordering Agreement (BOA) with the Brunei Ministry of Defence (MOD) as part of Sikorsky's recent overarching sales contract to provide 12 S-70i Black Hawk helicopters to the Royal Brunei Air Force (RBAF). The company made the announcement in a 14 February 2012 statement from the Singapore Air Show.
According to the company, this five-year agreement will support the S-70i aircraft scheduled for delivery in 2013, and the RBAF's current Black Hawk fleet.
The company said, ‘We have a long history of aftermarket support to the Royal Brunei Air Force. This support contract gives the RBAF the flexibility to streamline procurement of parts and services for optimum fleet maintenance We look forward to evolving our relationship as their Black Hawk fleet continues to grow’.
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