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17 Comments on "HAL-UAC Multirole Transport Aircraft Schematics"
what will be HAL's contribution in the project..(if at all other than mmoney)???
Sick and tired of these schematics and proposals. These designs and proposals never materialize and always remain on powerpoint presentations.
Aren't these HAL people do not get bored of showing heaven in my palm.
SICK SICK SICK AND TIRED of these models
🙂 agree totally. Cardboard models and schematic diagrams. Both HAL and DRDO have mastered these…
HAL -Jack of all trades and king of Powerpoint presentations! Nothing more than that.
HAL should show at least they can crank up production lines for Tejas LCA and concentrate on that only. Damn HAL and their powerpoints proposals
HAL never delivered anything on time except its helicopter division.For the delayes in Tejas production only HAL is responsible, they ignore production of Tejas for their on Jet trainer project.We oftain blame DRDO but DRDO developed many world class products like Pinaka system,Tejas,Arjun tank,INSAS rifles but due to the poor quality control of the HAL,OFB,BEML this products failed.
The concept of the MTA is stolen design concepts from all over.The tail is stolen from the c 17 globemaster, size is A400 ish, overall this is a mini C 17-ski.And HAL can't build the engine for this.They can't design the skeleton for this. They don't have it in them to integrate this and flight test this.In the end, the russians will do all the work, HAL will license produce this thing, and give ghoos to the netaji in delhi
Interesting would be to see how much work share HAL passes on to other production houses and hush hush manufacturing line supposedly existent in Indian privet sector.
I am one of the 2.7% who pays the tax..I haven't received my tax returns for last 3 years 🙂 …I have the complete right to know where the hell is that money going and how is it utilized…I want it to used wisely and for the benefit of people of my country who truly deserve it…
Minor correction, Only 2.77% tax payers in India is nt true actually every body pays tax in India, may be only small percentage pays income tax bt VAT, surcharges etc. Taxes are paid by every body.
May be only 2.77% pays direct taxes (income tax). However, everyone pays indirect taxes (VAT, service tax etc.)
Majority of the govt. revenue comes from indirect taxes.
Intentions are good but timing is not.We just bought a bunch of planes from US to take care of next 15 years. We should now focus on civil airliner market a.k.a NAL Saras and develop it's bigger cousin to replace the small Boeing-Airbuses. They can be modified to suit military requirements 10 years out to enter in service 15 years out. This fits well with the Dhruv-Rudra-LCH approach wich worked very well!
Also, HAL has no pedigree in large aircraft building and better off floating this idea to private sector.