Croatia to sell surplus military aircraft


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Nov 27, 2014
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Croatia has offered a range of surplus military aircraft for sale, including seven Mil Mi-24V 'Hind' attack helicopters. Source: OSCE

Croatia is looking to sell a wide range of its surplus Croatian Air Force aircraft, with the state-owned Alan Agency issuing a new call to tender.

The country hopes to sell seven Mil Mi-24V 'Hind' attack helicopters (manufactured from 1978 to 1987), two Antonov An-32B 'Curl' tactical transport aircraft (manufactured in 1991 and 1993), and six Pilatus PC-9 turboprop trainer aircraft (three PC-9s manufactured between 1986 and 1991 and three PC-Ms built in 1993).

The aircraft have been offered for sale individually or in batches. The country has set a deadline of 28 January for interested parties to submit a letter of intent, backed by a returnable deposit of EUR15,000 (USD17,574). Potential bidders will then be invited to inspect the aircraft, with an offer expected no less than 14 days after inspection.

It looks like Croatia is going through economical difficulties and that is the reason behind this sales according to some analysts.

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