Indonesia To Receive Five Additional Australian C-130H Aircrafts

  • Our Bureau
  • 02:07 PM, July 26, 2013
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Australia today signed a Memorandum of Sale with Indonesia to sell five C 130H aircraft and associated equipment. 

This offer was in addition to the four C-130H aircraft that Australia is currently in the process of transferring to Indonesia.

The Memorandum sets out the arrangements for the sale of the five aircraft, simulator and spare parts to Indonesia. 

Australia is pleased to continue to assist the development of Indonesia’s airlift capability, which will support humanitarian assistance and disaster relief operations. 

The sale of these additional aircraft and associated equipment reflects the strength of the bilateral relationship between Australia and Indonesia, and the close ties between the Australian and Indonesian Defence forces. 

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