The first of the 18 Greek Rafale fighter jets that are being prepared for the Air Force is ready and is already blue and white, according to News Auto.
The Greek Rafale Squadron in Tanagra is ready to welcome it after completing tests by the French.
The second French-made fighter jet is already being prepared.
Greece will receive 18 Rafales.
11 of them will be used, while seven will be brand new.
This is a part of one of the largest armaments programs of the Greek Air Force, that also includes upgrading its F-16’s to the 4.5 generation Viper Class and updates of its Mirage aircraft.