Danish Prime Minister Declares F-16s Reaching Ukraine ‘Within a Month’ | Aviation

A pair of Danish F-16s. (Image credit: Royal Danish Air Force)

As per plans, Denmark is supposed to transfer 19 F-16s to Ukraine.

Denmark’s Prime Minister Mette Frederisken has announced that F-16 fighters the country is set to transfer to Ukraine will be available to Kyiv “within a month,” according to RBC Ukraine. This is consistent with previous announcements by Danish officials and other European leaders.

As per plans, Denmark is supposed to transfer 19 F-16s to Ukraine. “F-16s from Denmark will be in the air over Ukraine within a month,” said Frederiksen. In March, Dutch defense minister Kajsa Ollongren said that Denmark would be the first to supply F-16s to Ukraine by the summer of this year.

On May 6, 2024, Ollongren again said, during a joint briefing with her Lithuanian counterpart in Vilnius, that the first F-16s would arrive in Ukraine if the plan for “training” of “Ukrainian pilots, maintenance personnel” and “handing over the aircraft themselves…stays on path,” according to Delfi. Late in March, Belgian Prime Minister Alexander De Croo estimated that Ukraine would receive the jets ‘before the summer’.

Ukrainian Pilot, Technicians Training Pilot on War Footing

In 2023 the Netherlands and Denmark led a coalition to transfer F-16 fighters to Ukraine. This was followed by the first group of Ukrainian pilots successfully completing…

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