- Sep 29, 2010
Does the below paragraph mean 36 more Rafale over existing 36 or just bad google translation?Yes, I think so.
Thirty-six Dassault Aviation Rafale F4 fighter jets for the Indian Air Force is ultimately quite logical, especially as the two parties have negotiated that the contract is partly part of the " Make-in India ". There will therefore be a logical transfer of technology to Hindustan Aircraft Limited. Fighters who could then allow the slow but constant modernization of Indian aviation to continue. A few days ago, India ordered a little more than 80 indigenous Tejas fighters, these thirty-six Rafale F4s would thus complete the loop by ending the old Mikoyan-Gurevitch MiG-21 Fishbed and MiG-29 Fulcrum acquired over time. of the USSR.