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8 Comments on "Scrap With IAF Aside, HAL Trainer Development Throttles Up"

Singam
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Singam
3 years 4 months ago
What madness! I live in Bangalore and can tell you upfront that HAL does business which equates to someone who cannot differentiate from it's right from the left, so to speak. 1st, HAL should get the Tegas into the IAF. Who cares about this stupid trainer that they are trying to develop. The MoD also is adding to this nonsense. How are they directing HAL in this scrappy way. They need to give a boot up HAL's backside and get them to perform. Where is the Defence Minister? Ohhhhh…he is busy goofing up statements in parliment. Bring General V.K. Singh… Read more »
Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 4 months ago

OOOOH NOOOOOO ! We will need another scale model that will gather cobwebs and never see the light of day. PELEAAAASE , tell me this is not happening !

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 4 months ago

Competent authorities you said ??

Ha Ha Ha ….

I am sure you joked …..

hornet
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hornet
3 years 4 months ago

well that is good…coz going by the HAL timelines HTT40 might just be flying when the IAF would start retiring the pc-7s(sarcasm intended)..

hornet
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hornet
3 years 4 months ago
It is a mindless fight for ego from HAL and it is fighting it with taxpayers hard earned money…it has no right to waste our money on such useless adventures of theirs…it is really ashtonishinig that MoD is allowing such wasteful spendings in one hand and cutting down on important purchases like howitzers and ballistic helmets on the other hand….our defence procurements are in ultimate pandemonium now.HAL jave done next to nothing as far as indegenisation of defence is concerned.All they've done in over 70 years of existence is licence produce foreign aircraft nd still MKIs are being produced at… Read more »
Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 4 months ago

Has HAL in the first place produced the flight stimulator for Tejas LCA.

J Thomas
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J Thomas
3 years 3 months ago

It's vital for the instructor in the rear seat to have a good view of the runway during the landing approach. The HTT-40 seems to be deficient on this score.

Anonymous
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Anonymous
3 years 3 months ago

Why doesnt HAL AR&D (not ADA, ADE, NAL) simply prove it is capable of designing a trainer by coming clean about the HPT-32 that has killed so many IAF pilots ?

Let them tell the world what was wrong and how they figured it out and how they can fix it ? Two decades have passed by…

If HAL cannot be an expert on 30yr old design technology, they have no right to taxpayer money or IAF orders for 'new technology'

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