Nigerian Air Force to Sell Presidential Aircraft, Calls for Bidders

Have you ever dreamed of owning a presidential jet? Well, now you have a chance to make that dream come true.

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) has announced that it is selling one of its Falcon 900B aircraft from the Presidential fleet. This is a rare opportunity to acquire a luxury jet that has served the nation’s leaders.

The Falcon 900B is a tri-jet aircraft that can carry up to 19 passengers and has a range of 8,340 km.

It is equipped with advanced avionics, communication systems, and security features. The aircraft was acquired by the NAF in 2005 and has been used for VIP transport, medical evacuation, and humanitarian missions.

The NAF has decided to sell the aircraft following the approval of the Federal Government of Nigeria.

The sale is part of the NAF’s efforts to optimize its resources and enhance its operational efficiency. The NAF has invited all interested parties to submit their bids for the purchase of the aircraft.

The bidding process is simple and transparent. You can submit your bid either by email or physically.

If you choose to submit by email, you need to send a password-protected file to and then send the password separately to If you prefer to submit physically, you need to enclose your quotation in a sealed envelope and deliver it to the NAF Headquarters in Abuja. The envelope should have your name, address, and a description of your bid. It should also have the statement, ‘DO NOT OPEN BEFORE 24 DECEMBER 2023’.

The deadline for submission is 24 December 2023. The bids will be processed immediately after the deadline. The NAF will evaluate the bids based on the criteria of the Public Procurement Act 2007. The NAF reserves the right to accept or reject any bid without giving any reason.

This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of history and enjoy the comfort and prestige of a presidential jet. Don’t miss this chance to bid for the Falcon 900B aircraft from the NAF. For more information, visit the NAF website or contact the NAF Directorate of Procurement. Good luck!

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