They didn't bring a Rafale to Aero India 2009. Maybe they already had a hunch. This was the Rafale's (presumably) final presence in the country.
Photos by Shiv Aroor (Aero India 2009)
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It seems Rafale is still in the MMRCA race :
“The Indian Air Force has denied reports that the Dassault Rafale has been eliminated from the country’s medium multi-role combat aircraft competition.”
Rafale is still in the game, http://www.bharat-rakshak.com/NEWS/newsrf.php?newsid=10770
Yet another flip. So much for transparency promised by the Air Chief on MMRCA. Its clear a lot of wrangling is going on among the jet lobbies.
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