BAE Selected for Poland’s C-130 Support Work; Floyd McConnell Comments

Bae systems logo_ExecutiveBizBAE Systems and a Poland-based aviation company have partnered to provide training, modifications and technical support for the Polish Air Force’s C-130 aircraft.

The contract with Wojskowe Zakłady Lotnicze Nr 2 S.A. contains five base years and two renewal years, BAE said Monday.

“This agreement advances our strategy to partner with top international companies such as WZL-2, ” said Floyd McConnell, BAE vice president of integrated aviation solutions.

Piotr Rutkowski, a spokesperson for WZL-2, said the partnership could possibly extend to F-16 fighter jets.

BAE said it maintains a portfolio of sustainment and upgrade services for the C-130, F-16 and other platforms that require newer capabilities and/or extended lifespan.

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