Main page "Colours ot the MiG-29 (Fulcrum)"
Revised: February 2018
Republic of Moldova
Between 1991 and 2006
1991: 6 MiG-29 (9-12), 21 MiG-29 (9-13) and 6 MiG-29 (9-51) from Soviet Union inheritance
1997: 21 MiGs for were bought by United States of America administration (to avoid that they're bought by Iran) and transported by C-17 Globemaster III to Wright-Patterson AFB, USA. Investigated by National Air Intelligence Center, Dayton, Ohio. In 2007 few remains in museums and variuos air bases (for example Nellis AFB).
In 1997 6 MiG-29 left in Moldova, out of service, probably not flightworthy.
1994: 12 MiG-29 was loaned to South Yemen, later they return to Moldova and were overhauled in Belarus in 1997.
2006: MiGs are out of service.
2007: 6 MiG-29 (9-13) in pale, faded grey-lightgreen camo remains in Marculeshty airfield.
June 2010: Moldova want to sell six MiGs for about 27-30 mln USD or scrapped them if it's not possible to sell the aircraft. MiGs are in non-flying state and need an overhaul, they were produced in 1988.
Marculeshty (ex. Soviet 86th Fighter Air Regiment of Black Sea Fleet of USSR)
MiG-29 in green camouflage: white numbers 03 04 07 08
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1997: MiGs for USA
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