The K-9 model of India’s Kaveri turbofan jet engine has successfully completed one phase of ground aqnd flight tests on an Ilyushin-76 platform at the Gromov Flight Research Institute (GFRI) in Moscow. A second phase of tests is currently in progress. All preliminary test points are said to have been met, though a final report is yet to be out. More details later this evening.
Kaveri Turbofan Passes Tests Outside Moscow
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