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    Tejaswy

    I really hope that this does not become another Arjun.

    Finggys crossed

    Its my Name sake 😀

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    Anonymous

    thats not the case that the production line will be vacant for a year. if deliveries shd start for the 28 planes by 2011 it will take at least 1.5 to 2 years for all units to be delivered. in the mean time HAL would already have fitted and tested the new engine and the gap may be at most 6 months

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    Anonymous

    thats not the case that the production line will be vacant for a year. if deliveries shd start for the 28 planes by 2011 it will take at least 1.5 to 2 years for all units to be delivered. in the mean time HAL would already have fitted and tested the new engine and the gap may be at most 6 months

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    Anonymous

    I am looking forward to first flight of Tejas trainer. There is nothing IAF can crib about trainer. It is better choice than £1bn Hawk.

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    Anonymous

    looks like our macha shiv has got a offer from eurofigter for a free ride in exchange for glorifying typhoon and a LCA with a eurojet……hehe

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    Anonymous

    looks like our macha shiv has got a offer from eurofigter for a free ride in exchange for glorifying typhoon and a LCA with a eurojet……hehe

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    left wing nut job

    That’s actually pretty sensible.

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    Anonymous

    "the current engine, the one that is unsuitable for any follow-on fighters since it doesn't provide enough thrust"

    Strong words. The F404 IN20 is not exactly an underperformer in the fighter jet engine market. The current Tejas LSP is a sprightly performer as you will shortly see at the airshow. Although the alternative engine is likely to provide a bit more thrust, and thus probably increase ITR / STR slightly, R&E is bound to suffer, which IMHO is not worth it in these BVR days.

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    Anonymous

    BREAKING NEWS!!!!!!!!the PHALCON will debut at the airshow.

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    NJS

    IAF have many kind of jets which has brought from abroad , but we don’t really proud of it . Naturally we could be happy / proud in our home grown weapons only. but tejus had taken hardly more than 2 decades with more than 60 % of the items have purchased from other countries, but i wonder what they really doing in research dept.

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