Who will buy our Migs:- Malaysia!

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  1. A.V.

    A.V. New Member

    Feb 16, 2009
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    KUALA LUMPUR: The story below is self-explainatory but the sale left us wondering how in the world are we going to sell our Migs?

    With a reported price tag of RM300 million for all 16 planes, lock, stock and barrel, it will be much cheaper for anyone else to buy new planes from Russia.
    Mig-29 last hurrah at Lima

    Mig-29 last hurrah at Lima

    It also appears with the latest development we may have to accept the offer from Russia to trade the 29s for six MKMs but Mindef is still hoping that we will find another buyer soon

    There is one country of course that is willing to buy the planes for the price we are asking, but I am sure that we will not sell it to them. That country, is Iran of course. Iraq might be another candidate but I dont think the US will let us sell them the jets….

    Myanmar Buys 20 Mig-29 Fulcrum D for US$570 mln
    Moscow A 400 million-euro ($570 mln) contract has been signed for the delivery of Russian MiG-29 fighters for the Myanmar Air Force, a source close to Russia’s arms export monopoly told a business daily on Wednesday.

    Vedomosti quoted the source at Rosoboronexport as saying the Russian bid to supply MiG-29 Fulcrum-D carrier-based fighter jets beat China’s offer to sell its latest J-10 and FC-1 fighters.

    Myanmar was rearmed with Chinese military aircraft worth some $2 billion in the 1990s, the paper said.

    The country bought 12 MiG-29 fighters in 2001, but this contract is the largest since the 2007 unfulfilled contract to supply Algeria with 34 MiG-29 fighters.

    In 2008, a contract for the supply of six MiG fighters was signed with Sri Lanka.

    Russian Defense Minister Anatoly Serdyukov announced last year that Russia would give Lebanon 10 MiG-29 fighter jets for free, Vedomosti said.

    MOSCOW, December 23 (RIA Novosti)

    –Malaysian Defence

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