Poland signs MiG-29 upgrade deal

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Poland's defence ministry has signed a Zl133 million ($42.6 million) deal to upgrade some of its RSK MiG-29s.

Aiming to extend operations of 13 single-seat MiG-29A interceptors and three MiG-29UB two-seater trainers until at least 2030, the work will be performed by Poland's Military Aviation Depot No 2.

The activity will cover the integration of replacement avionics, including a new mission computer and 1553B databus.

The Polish air force's current inventory includes around 32 MiG-29s, as listed by Flightglobal's MiliCAS database.