Can Lockheed Martin Supply F-35s To Czech Republic By 2028? If Not, It Could Delay A ‘Lightning’ Sale

Lockheed Martin (and NATO) would surely welcome a sale but whether the F-35 maker can deliver aircraft to the Czech Air Force by the time its current lease of Saab Gripens expires is a worthy question.

The Czech government submitted a Letter of Request to the U.S. to buy F-35s to replace its leased Saab Gripen C/D fighters earlier this month. The Czech Ministry of Defense detailed the move, saying the “The Czech government has authorised the MoD to negotiate the acquisition of aircraft following the expiring lease of 14 Swedish Gripen aircraft.”

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