PAF looking for PHP11.3-M worth of C-130 spares

By on April 18, 2017


In line with ongoing efforts to ensure that all of its assets are flyable and mission-ready at all times, the Philippine Air Force (PAF) is allocating the sum of PHP11, 347,000 for the acquisition of spare parts needed for the maintenance of one of its Lockheed C-130H/T cargo aircraft. (Photo; Alec Wilson/Flickr)
In line with ongoing efforts to ensure that all of its assets are flyable and mission-ready at all times, the Philippine Air Force (PAF) is allocating the sum of PHP11, 347,000 for the acquisition of spare parts needed for the maintenance of one of its Lockheed C-130H/T cargo aircraft. (Photo: Alec Wilson/Flickr)

MANILA—In line with ongoing efforts to ensure that all of its assets are flyable and mission-ready at all times, the Philippine Air Force (PAF) is allocating the sum of PHP11, 347,000 for the acquisition of spare parts needed for the maintenance of one of its Lockheed C-130H/T cargo aircraft.

This acquisition project is Lot 3 for the above-mentioned cargo plane.

Pre-bid conference is scheduled on April 21, at 1 p.m. at the PAF Procurement Center Conference Room, Villamor Air Base, Pasay City.

While submission and opening of bids is on May 5, 9 a.m. at the same venue, said PAF bids and awards committee chair Brig. Gen. Nicolas Parilla in a bid bulletin posted at the Philippine Government Electronic Procurement System.

The PAF presently operates five C-130 units in its air fleet. They are often used for troop and supply transport and humanitarian assistance disaster relief missions.