Main page "Colours ot the MiG-29 (Fulcrum)"
Revised: February 2018
Gôṇ Prôjātôntrī Bāṃlādeš (People's Republic of Bangladesh)
Bangladesh Biman Bahini (Bangladesh Air Force) since 1999
1999-2000: 6 MiG-29SE (9-12SE) + 2 MiG-29UB (9-51) from Russia
Between 2005 and 2007 political discussion about costs of maintaining the MiGs. Eventually they were grounded for a some time and even proposed for sale!
March 2010: a large plans of purchase fighter aircraft, surface-to-air missile systems, helicopters, air-defense radars and armaments for Bangladesh Air Force, unveiled by Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina during annual exercises WINTEX-2010 at the base at Kurmitola inside Dhaka Cantonment, watching flying display and intercepting operations. So, Bangladesh want to order a new MiGs in SMT or M standard.
In 2010 MiGs returned to service, overhauled in Ukraine in Lviv State Air Repair Plant (LDARZ), equipped with some new devices, probably for radio communication.
8th Squadron in Bashar Air Base, Dhaka-Kurmitola airfield
pattern FFNNN on fins (in front of the fuselage only NNN)
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|Colours of the MiG-29 (МиГ-29).|
Worldwide aircraft Mikoyan & Gurevich MiG-29 (Fulcrum) camouflage and painting schemes
MiG-29 MiG-29S MiG-29UB MiG-29M MiG-29M2 MiG-29UBT MiG-29SD MiG-29N MiG-29NUB MiG-29K MiG-29KUB
MiG-29AS MiG-29G MiG-29GT MiG-29BM MiG-29SM MiG-29SE MiG-29SMT MiG-29UPG MiG-29SMP MiG-29OVT MiG-35
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