Discussion in 'Indian Navy' started by Rage, Mar 22, 2009.
Hi , I hope i already asked the same question but i haven't got exact replies for that , I want to Know the major Differences in Indian Version P-8 and United states P-8
P-8 is such a prestigious project US Navy has made its presence with P-8A along with other Air crafts at Dubai Air Show 2013 , Then why Indian P-8I has not been taken to show..
Please if any one have a clear comparison of P-8I Vs P-8A .. People who want an Over view about P-8A can see this
P-8A Poseidon Maritime Surveillance Aircraft - Naval Technology
so this plane can be used as a bomber?? the last few secs of this video shows four bombs or rockets dropped by the aircraft,
Is the final order for 12 (8+4) P8-I for is it for 24 (8+4+12) ?
i think its 12 (8+4) P8-I
lets see if we go for 12 more
Diff Type of Boeing 737 along with an P8I
I think I have asked the same question earlier... Both Indian Navy and US Navy has own versions of P8 Manufactured by Boeing ,
P -8I ~ India
P 8A ~ US
US Navy has given Main Priority for P 8A at Dubai Air Show in Q4 of 2014 , But Indian Version of Poseidon has not much give as P 8A..
Here i want to know that are there any Major differences in both of this...
Few details about P 8A : P-8A Poseidon Maritime Surveillance Aircraft - Naval Technology
I have read an article which covered the capabilities, working functionality and Working fields of Boeing P-8 Poseidon, but its about and American version of i.e, P-8A...
I have been asking a question what are the major differences between Indian Version and American Version of P-8 Poseidon... Hope some one will give answer after reading this
Apart from this, the communication suite and data links would be different. The radar might be a downgraded export variant.
Why india not building its own Patrol Boats ??
India already builds its own patrol boats.
@Kunal Biswas ..Sir Name of those Missiles
Those are 500/1000lb Bombs probably for tests ..
Thanks ..and Sir all over the world they use Blue color for Training rounds
Indian Navy Boeing P-8I Neptune on final for runway 16L at PAE during a test flight bounce between Snohomish County / Paine Field and BFI. This is the Indian Navy's fifth P-8. Will be IN324 in service.
Photo Date: April 18, 2014
Thanks to Jaysen F. Snow
missed number 4. when did that come?
can't able to Link the picture
IN324 (cn 40614/4445) Boeing P-8I Neptune Photo by Jaysen F. Snow - Midwest Tail Chasers | AIRFIGHTERS.COM
Fourth P-8I maritime patrol aircraft delivered to India
Boeing has delivered the fourth P-8I maritime patrol aircraft to India, which the aviation company described as a milestone.
In all India has placed orders for eight P-8I maritime aircraft.
The latest state-of-the-art maritime patrol aircraft departed from Boeing Field in Seattle and arrived May 21 at Naval Air Station Rajali.
â€œThis marks an important milestone â€” the halfway-point for P-8I deliveries to India,â€ Dennis Swanson, BDS vice president in India, on Saturday said.
â€œThe programmeâ€™s success in the past year is really a testament to the great work between Boeing, the Indian Navy and industry,â€ he said in a release.
Based on the companyâ€™s Next-Generation 737 commercial airplane, the P-8I is the Indian Navy variant of the P-8A Poseidon that Boeing has developed for the US Navy.
â€œThe Indian Navy is putting the first three P-8Is through their paces operationally, and the P-8I delivered today will begin flight trials in the coming months,â€ Leland Wight, Boeing P-8I programme manager, said.
The P-8I incorporates not only India-unique design features, but also India-built subsystems that are tailored to the countryâ€™s maritime patrol requirements, Boeing said.
In order to efficiently design and build the P-8I and the P-8A, the Boeing-led team is using a first-in-industry, in-line production process that draws on its Next-Generation 737 production system, the statement said.
Astrium imagery Satellite imagery dated March 19. Indian naval air station INS Rajali
Boeing delivers sixth P8I maritime patrol aircraft to India | Zee News
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