$3 million Tender for Training Services

The Civil Aviation Authority of Panama is putting out to tender initial and recurrent training for pilots, mechanics and cabin crew, assigned to State aircraft.

Thursday, June 28, 2018

Panama Government Purchase 2018-1-38-0-08-LP-00939:

"Initial and recurrent training for pilots, mechanics and cabin crew, assigned to aircraft belonging to the State Air Transport Department for fiscal year 2018 and 2019.  

The State Air Transport Department operates the EMBRAER Legacy 600 aircraft with license plate HP-1A, assigned to His Excellency Mr. President of the Republic, in national and international Official Missions, the CESSNA Caravan 208B aircraft with license plate HP-20A and the AW helicopter -139 with license plate AN-001.  Its main function is to provide transportation for the President of the Republic, Vice President, Ministers and Directors.

The contract will have a duration of eighteen (18) months counted from the notification of the Order to Proceed issued by the Civil Aviation Authority, once the contract is approved by the Comptroller General of the Republic."

Reference value: $2.507.423

Deadline for receipt of bids: August 9, 2018.

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