Honduras to Tender Military Aircraft Repair

Armed Forces Authorities have announced that they have completed the aircraft needs assessment stage, and will start preparing the bidding documents for the tender.

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Elheraldo.hn reports that "...After completing the first review phase, "... we are now working with companies interested in carrying out the improvements and reparations, as a review must be carried out of the certificates of each of them to determine if they meet the quality requirements and standards established by the aircraft manufacturer's specifications."

"... The companies that are certified will proceed to be included in the tender to upgrade the fleet of airplanes in the Honduran Air Force, confirmed sources from the Armed Forces. "There are companies from Brazil that have submitted offers, we are working [on this] and other companies can join in, we will choose the best offer for the benefit of the country, said the Commander of the Honduran Air Force, Colonel Jose Luis Sauceda Sierra.

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