Se for para re activar os puma para, entre outras missões, se utilizarem no combate a incêndios, de que valores estamos a falar e quais as alterações que seriam necessárias?
E cá andam eles.
Pumas, estes Pumas?//www.youtube.com/watch?v=OmBGX6dlcEM2020-1971= 49 anos!
Product Name Disposal of surplus defense property: sale of SA-330 PUMA HelicoptersUsed On The aircraft were manufactured in 1969 (four helicopters), 1970 (three helicopters) and 1975 (one helicopter) and were used by the Portuguese Air Force mainly in search and rescue missions/transport and logistic duties.The helicopters have been withdrawn from service from 2005 to 2011.Currently, the helicopters are in long-term storage inside a dedicated hangar at Portuguese Air Force main warehouse, Depósito Geral de Material da Força Aérea (DGMFA), in Alverca, Portugal.Main Equipment Supplier CAGE Refer to “Synopsis of Required Services”Main Equipment Supplier Name Refer to “Synopsis of Required Services”NATO Stock Number N.A.Estimated Quantity Eight ( SA-330 PUMA Helicopters, surplus spare parts and components are available in sixteen (16) lots as described below:• Batches 1 to 8 – One per each helicopter• Batch 9 – Engines, Engine Modules and Components• Batch 10 – Mechanical Assemblies• Batch 11 – Instruments and Equipment• Batch 12 – Consumables (Cell)• Batch 13 – Consumables (Engine)• Batch 14 – Special Tools (Cell + Engine)• Batch 15 – Structural + Cell Parts• Batch 16 – MiscellaneousTentative RFP Date June 2023Quality Assurance Level To be provided in the Statement of WorkAuthorized Supplier Countries All NATO NationsSynopsis of Required Services NSPA, on behalf of the Portuguese Ministry of Defence (PRT MOD), is inviting potential industry sources that possess expertise, capabilities, and experience to perform the management of the end-of-life of eight ( SA-330 PUMA Helicopters, surplus spare parts and components. The goal of PRT MoD is to ensure the greatest revenue privileging the selling of all set of batches.For the purchase of the parts, NSPA seeks ideally allied country governments and registered aviation companies authorized to trade military goods.Your company is hereby invited to submit your interest for these helicopters, if possible describing qualifications, technical concepts, and potential end-uses and solutions to maximize recovery revenues for the fleet owner.SA-330 PUMA general characteristics:• Four-bladed, twin-engine, medium transport & utility helicopter• Crew: 3 (2 pilots and 1 flight engineer)• Capacity: Up to 16 passengers• Length: 18.217 m• Rotor diameter: 15.090 m• Height: 5.143 m• Disc area: 179 m^2• Empty weight: 4650-4700 kg• Max takeoff weight: 7,400 kg• Powerplant: 2 x Makila 1A1 (1300 kW)SA-330 PUMA Performance:• Maximum speed: 262 km/h (167 knots)• Cruise speed: 188 km/h (120 knots, 154 mph) econ cruise• Range: 360 km (200 nm)• Service ceiling: 6000 m (20,000 ft)Further information to be provided in the Statement of Work, provided with the Request for Proposal.Remarks To participate in this solicitation, interested firms need to register with NSPA Source File if not already registered or registered under a different activity. Registration details can be found at the website athttps://www.nspa.nato.int/business/procurement/vendorBidders are strongly encouraged to verify the accuracy of the information about their company (e-mails, POC, etc.).This FBO does not constitute a Request for Proposal (RFP) or a promise to issue a future RFP and does not commit the PRT MOD or NSPA any to contract or service whatsoever. No reimbursement will be made for any costs associated with providing information in response to this FBO.