Ukraine’s SE PLANT 410 CA aircraft repair company has overhauled and upgraded one of the three Antonov An-32 'Cline' turboprop transport aircraft in service with the Bangladesh Air Force (BAF).
The aircraft, which had arrived at the plant earlier this month, was handed over to the BAF on 25 September, according to a statement issued by the state-run company. It was the second BAF aircraft of the type to undergo an overhaul at the plant in Ukraine as part of a modernisation programme.
According to Jane’s World Air Forces , the first of the three An-32s operated by the BAF entered service in 1989.
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