French Defense Minister Florence Parly announced that Greece will be purchasing six more Rafale fighter jets.
Greece ordered 18 Dassault Rafales, 12 of which were second-hand, in January to improve the capabilities of their air force.
Satisfied with the aircraft, the first of which was delivered in July, Hellenic Air Force chose to order six more.
Rafale, which has a payload carrying capacity of approximately 9000 kilograms, can carry all kinds of ammunition in France’s inventory.
Rafale, which had trouble finding a market for itself at the beginning of its service, may also enter Croatia’s inventory after Qatar, Egypt, India and Greece.