An IAF "request for information" floated on the MoD website invites Indian companies to submit preliminary bids to supply the IAF with 106 PC-7 Mk II trainers. Ajai Shukla reports The Indian Air Force continues its quest to hand Pilatus Aircraft Ltd of Switzerland a Rs 6,000 contract for 106 PC-7 Mark II basic trainer aircraft, over and above the 75 Pilatus trainers already bought for Rs 3,850 crore (Swiss Franc 557 million). Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd is currently developing these 106 ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
IAF resists Antony's order for indigenous trainer aircraft - Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago
Having lost patience following delays in inducting the HJT -36 Sitara intermediate jet trainer from the government-owned defense manufacturer Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd ( HAL ), the Indian air force has issued a request for information ( RFI ) for ...Aviation International News, 2 weeks ago
Dassault: Power of One Good news: initial workshare agreement with HAL, at long last. Bad news: no budget for a contract until months after the coming election; Competitor evals and history shifted to Appendix B/C. March 2/14: Workshare deal.Defense Industry Daily, 1 month ago
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