Nigerian Air Force’s Twenty MiG-21 Fishbed Fighter Jet Is Up For Sale

Nigerian Air Force’s Twenty MiG-21 Fishbed Fighter Jet Is Up For Sale
Credits: TRADE-A-PLANE

Nigerian Air Force’s Twenty Soviet-made MiG-21 Fishbed jet fighters are being advertised for sale online.

The offer, posted on the trade-a-plane.com website, is being made by the Inter Avia Group, which is based in Nevada.

No prices are listed for the jets, the vendor instead requesting that any interested customers contact them directly for more information.

The jets, which apparently comprise the Nigerian Air Force’s entire remaining Fishbed fleet, are described as being in a “used” condition and are offered together with 15 “new” engines, as well as spares.

Up for grabs are 11 MiG-21bis single-seat fighters, five of the earlier-model MiG-21MF single-seat fighters, and four MiG-21UM Mongol two-seat trainers. While no claims are made about the airworthiness of these antique jets, they have now been grounded for many years.

You can see further detials about the sale here: Link

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