- Nov 30, 2020
When we did Rafale deal, our Pseudo intellectual were telling us that how did 600 crore became a plane of 1500 Crore. They should be told or asked how a 175 Crore Tejas became a 600 Crore plane. This exactly happens when when the other thigs are added to package.The government on Wednesday formally sealed the ₹48,000 crore deal to procure 83 Tejas light combat aircraft from state-run aerospace behemoth Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. The contract was handed over bwww.google.com
They're taking some serious export orders into consideration apparently... And limited series production MWF starting somewhere after 2025.What I understood was second line was getting in place plus a private line was being explored that would allow production capacity of 16 planes per annum, thus 83planes should be completed in 5years
I hope that the revamp takes place in a realistic time frame. The idea of it being used purely for exports does not seem sensible to me. There may not be any export orders for years, if ever.The Nashik division is being revamped exclusively to cater to the potential LCA export orders I was informed.
Closest up next; HAL receives RFP for basic trainer HTT40 from Indian Air ForceI know it's not related to this thread!! But please can someone tell me the upcoming HAL deals other than 72 Tejas aircrafts???? This would be of great help!!
Anything else we can expect within this year?? Like the other HJT trainer??Closest up next; HAL receives RFP for basic trainer HTT40 from Indian Air Force
Probably next would be LCH, followed by a possible Tejas export order they were "expecting soon from a SE Asian country".
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