Iraq looking to buy F-16s
" Iraq has renewed talks to buy up to 36 U.S. F-16 fighter jets in a deal worth billions that Washington hopes will help contain neighboring Iran, the Wall Street Journal reported July 11. ... It (also) said Oman was also looking to purchase 18 F-16s at an estimated cost of $3.5 billion. ..."
Taiwan still trying to buy F-16s
"... A recent report commissioned by Lockheed Martin estimates the sale could be as high as $8.7 billion and generate 16,000 annual jobs for the life of the program. ... Taiwan's requests for (66) F-16C/Ds and an upgrade package for 146 aging F-16A/B fighters have been on hold since 2006 and 2009, respectively. ..."
Despite being decades old, the F-16 remains one of the best fighter jets available. Romania is also in the process of purchasing 24 refurbished F-16s and Chile is buying used F-16s from the Netherlands. The USAF operates 1,245 F-16s (701 active forces, 490 National Guard and 54 Reserve) with the intention to continue flying them until 2025. DHS also flies F-16s as interceptors.
US: over 2,200 including 40 to the Navy
Israel: over 300
Netherlands, Turkey, Belgium, Egypt: over 200 each
Greece, Taiwan, S.Korea: around 150-200 each
Norway, Singapore: around 50-100 each
Others with under 50