Mahindra aerospace

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  1. Jagdish58

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    - Can't the CNM5 upgraded to two seat basic trainer??
    - GA-18 can't this aircraft complement Dornier or NAL saras with Navy or coast guard
    - Are these aircrafts not good enough to make it to indian para force aviation atleast for utility purpose??:rolleyes:
     
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    For Army aviation, They can be a good Recon / Intel gathering, Low cost turbo prop aircraft .. [/B]

    It can be modified like AC-208 'Combat Caravan ..

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    Its armed with flar pod and hellfire missile ..

     
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    Sir

    can we use this aircraft for recon mission over naxal Maoist affected area's
     
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    It has great potential in recons and extremely rugged to land on grass lands or rough / broken dusty plains ..

    Ideal for CRPF, BSF and Army`s air wings ..

     
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    Top class pics is this the facility in Narasapura facilty in Malur taluk Bangalore??:rolleyes:

    My company is closer (Scannia) to that place but i have never been to Mahindra aerospace facility , just heard about it
     
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    But Kunalji our Babus & Armed force need European or Russian aircrafts with Isreali Subsystem :frusty:

    If they select Mahindra or Tatas then kick back will be Indian rupee very low , & the Middle agents have to pack up :scared2:

    So i guess these aircrafts will never make it to Indian armed force provided we have an assertive defence minister & Armed force head having common sense for indigenization:thumb:
     
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    Mahindra gets nod to sell its Australian airplanes in India - The Economic Times

    By PTI | 19 Nov, 2014, 04.00PM IST


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    Serious Business: Mahindra Aerospace



    Local Airplane manufacturing

    Narsapur, 40 kilometres from the aviation capital of India, Bangalore, witnessed the setup of Mahindra Aerospace’s manufacturing facility, in technical collaboration with Aeronova, a Spanish company specialising in the design and manufacture of major airframe assemblies. In 2 years, the GA-10 is expected to be manufactured in the country, making it the first private player to build certified aircraft in the normal and commuter categories, in the country.

    The inauguration of this facility helps realise the dreams of Mahindra Aerospace. In the August of 2011, while announcing the development of the manufacturing facility at Narsapur, Hemant Luthra, President – Mahindra Systech, which takes care of the group’s aero service business, and member of the Group Executive Board, expressed the group’s ambitions. “From the family of Mahindra Aerospace planes that include the NM5, we would be disappointed if in 3-5 years time we were not clocking a rate of 100 aircraft per annum in India. This rate could get accelerated if we include exports to China and other countries.”

    In the same year, Mehra had said to Flightglobal that he sees Mahindra Aerospace becoming the Embraer of India, carving out a niche in a world dominated by big Western players. “Embraer grew out of a country with no aviation experience. They competed with Boeing and Airbus and made a space for themselves. Embraer is a beautiful story.”

    Source : Serious Business: Mahindra Aerospace | The Flying Engineer
     
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