Latest Aviation News MRO & Support THE AVAILABILITY OF FRENCH AIR FORCE FIXED-WING AIRCRAFT FROM 2014 TO 2016

The availability of French Air Force fixed-wing aircraft from 2014 to 2016

Helen Chachaty
31/03/2017 | 250 words
In response to the questions posed by French deputy François Cornut-Gentille concerning the availability of French Air Force fixed-wing fleet, the Ministry of Defence has published a table containing data on the condition of the fighter fleet, transport fleet (except A400M), supply planes, training planes, AWACS and unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV). The gathering of this data has enabled us to provide follow-up for the period 2014 to 2016.


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