Thursday, February 22, 2024

Iran restores the supersonic fighter-bomber Su-22

Iran restores the supersonic fighter-bomber Su-22, reported military-informant.com .

In Iran, the aircraft repair enterprise “Pars Aviation Service” Iranian Revolutionary Guards in Tehran Mehrabad airport restores fighter-bombers Su-22, which in 1991 flew from Iraq to Iran.

12 aircraft to be delivered to the customer – Iranian Air Force until the end of this year.

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