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8 Comments on "Phew! India’s New HTT-40 Trainer Lifts Off"

sam
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sam
7 months 22 days ago

status of luh please inform

Venkat
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Venkat
7 months 22 days ago

It is good to see HAL bank rolling its owns R&D. The IAF had horrible experience with previous HPT-32 , the plane & support. Their reluctance to accept anything from HAL is understandable. Maybe a mention of that in one of blogs is necessary. It is good HTT will join IAF , IAF too has the fine Pilatus to train its rookie pilots with peace of mind till HTT matures.
I do hope HAL has learnt from IJT &’LCA. Let us wish HTT-40 passes the tests with flying colours & help produce aces for IAF.

Suresh rao
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Suresh rao
7 months 19 days ago
Consider this. Just to keep the Tejas Mk I out, IAF was ready to extend life of MiG-21 till 2025 (in spite of the fact that there were so many crashes that dubbed it the Flying Coffins). Regarding the HPT-32 after just one crash, yes one crash the IAF decided to ground the entire fleet of HPT-32s and created a crises situation to hustle the then Raksha Mantri. What did they choose ??? No, not the South Korean KT-1 or American Beechcraft T-6C nor even the Pilatus 9C but the Pilatus 7C Yes same Pilatus 7C which was retired by… Read more »
Ger
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Ger
7 months 17 days ago
Pal u are getting your facts wrong! The HPT-32s had 17 CRASHES with both experience instructors and rookies dying The MiG 21 , most of the variants has/will be decommissioned – only One Variant will remain ie the MiG 21 Bison The BBT in service with with IAF is the PC7 Mk2 is the the latest variant of that type ! The RAAF (Australia) NEVER inducted the PC7 – but the PC9, they like it so much that they went ahead and ordered the PC21 Force the IAF to start ordering indian developed assets??? What u do think IAF hasn’t… Read more »
Murali
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Murali
7 months 21 days ago

First of the interface of the website is refreshing!!! kudos on that. It is surprising to see HAL be so silent on this. Is there a push on the IJT as well or has that been left out ?

gurinder kehr
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gurinder kehr
7 months 21 days ago

Another boost for the ” Make In India ” programme. This should be given a greater push .

gurinder kehr
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gurinder kehr
7 months 21 days ago

A big boost to the “Make In India” programme. This should be given greater support

bobby
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bobby
7 months 18 days ago

seriously, the article was so biased and amateurish that it did not make for fun reading. Are we to believe that this THING will get operationalized by 2018 so that it could be used for training of pilots. You have a great sense of humour for sure.

keep doing your job

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