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Shiv, what are the updates on the IJT. Are we getting the 12 LSP aircrafts this year or not?
so where's LCH??? feb end…. is soon gonna leave and only be back next yr…
Is HUD of IJT Indian or French?
That's a good looking cockpit.
HAL Kanpur must be assigned the responsibility to manufacture the HJT32 trainer aircraft. The number of aircrafts manufactured per annum by the various units of HAL is dismally low. The nation is waiting for last sixty years to see atleast one aircraft to fly with indigenously developed aero-engine.Similarly the aircraft SARAS also must be assigned to HAL Kanpur for manufacturing. The design team of SARAS must be transferred to HAL Kanpur.P.K.Chaudhuri.
How many of these are to be ordered by IAF?
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