On the 23rd of April Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa S.A. informed that Wojskowe Zakłady Lotnicze Nr 2 S.A. in Bydgoszcz performed their first PHASE inspection of the Lockheed Martin F-16 Jastrząb owned by the Polish Air Force.
On the 23rd of April Polish Armament Inspectorate informed about the agreement signed with Wojskowe Zakłady Lotnicze Nr 2 S.A. in Bydgoszczy detailing the retrofit services for the RD-33 engines, which are power units for the MiG-29 fighters of the Polish Air Force.
On the 14th of April the Polish vice Defense Minister Mr Wojciech Skurewicz said in the interview for the Polish Radio 24 that new combat helicopters nicknamed Kruk will not be available in Polish Army until 2024.
On the 14th of April the Polish Minister of Defence Mr Mariusz Błaszczak informed about signing the agreement with the United States government concerning the surplus acquisition of the US Air Force equipment; five Lockheed Martin C-130H Hercules transport aircrafts.
On the 20th of March the Polish Armed Forces General Command informed that at the end of last year the group of Polish pilots participated in the first simulation training on Lockheed Martin F-35A Lightning II.
On the 18th of March the Armament Inspectorate spokesman, major Krzysztof Płatek informed that six bidders joined the tender procedure for the RUAS Albatros.
A U.S. B-1B Lancer from the 7th Bomb Wing, Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, flew a Bomber Task Force mission to Powidz, Poland, March 12, 2021.
Military Aviation Works in Łódź (Wojskowe Zakłady Lotnicze nr 1 S.A. – WZL1) – subsydiary of Polish Armament Group (Polska Grupa Zbrojeniowa – PGZ) has launched production for the first, test suborbital rocket.
On the 23rd of February the Polish Ministry of Defence answered Anna Pieczarka MP (Law and Justice) question concerning purchasing of unmanned aerial vehicles for the military needs that was made public on Polish Sejm websites.