Industry gets more time to offer F-16 simulators for Poland
Poland is extending the deadline for industry to propose solutions for a requirement for F-16C/D Block 52+ tactical flight simulators.
The Polish MoD Armament Inspectorate published a tender with a 15 September deadline for submissions; this has now been moved to 6 October.
The MoD is seeking four simulators; detailed requirements will be made available to any contractor invited to submit an initial offer.
Shephard Defence Insight notes there are 48 F-16C/D Block 52+ aircraft in service with the Polish Air Force, with an estimated retirement date of 2038. These were delivered between 2006 and 2009 under the Peace Sky FMS programme.
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