KAI Exports Six Additional T-50i to Indonesia


Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) announced on the 20th that it had signed an additional supply contract for the introduction and export of the T-50i tactical introductory trainer with the Indonesian Ministry of National Defense (Air Force).With this contract, KAI will export six T-50i tactical introductory trainers and a follow-up support package for aircraft operation to Indonesia.

The contract size is 274.488 billion won, and the contract period is from December 16, this year to October 30, 2024.The contract start date is the expected date when KAI receives the advance payment from the Indonesian government, and the contract end date is 34 months from the start of the contract. KAI will re-publish when the advance payment is received.

The T-50i is an Indonesian export aircraft based on the T-50, the first domestic supersonic advanced trainer developed for the Korean Air Force. It can perform both training and light attack missions at the same time.Previously, KAI exported 16 T-50i units to Indonesia on May 25, 2011 and T-50i radar and machine gun installation works on November 8, 2018.

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