Indonesia Wants Six CL-415s For Firefighting

Credit: CL-415: Bombardier Aerospace
KUALA LUMPUR—Indonesia plans to buy six Viking Air CL-415 amphibians for firefighting operations, the country’s air force chief said. Air Marshal Yuyu Sustina said the amphibious water bombers will replace Mi-17 helicopters leased by the Indonesian Disaster Mitigation Agency to fight the seasonal...

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