11 million for replacement parts for the Air Force-Noticias ‘s vital ejection seats

UK company Martin Baker Aircraft will be responsible for supplying replacement parts for the ejection seats used on Air Force F-18 Hornet, C-101 and F-5 aircraft (internally referred to as C.15, E). 25 or A.9). The purchase of these spare parts is formalized by a framework agreement for an amount of 5.5 million euros, which could be extended to 11 million euros, although the information on the duration of the agreement, formalized by an agreement negotiated without advertising, is not available .

Although born as an aerospace manufacturer in the 1930s, Briton Martin Baker was the first to manufacture this type of vital systems that ensured the survival of fighter aircraft crews, a sector in which he is currently a leader. (Jos M Navarro Garca)

Photo: German pilots who are taking part in the Kurdish switch to Eurofighter in the 113th Squadron of Wing 11 are familiar with the Martin Baker ejection seat (Air Force).

An F-18 from Wing 15 (Luftwaffe)

Course of action for the ejection seat of a Eurofighter Typhoon (Martin Baker)

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