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If LCA Navy is 'not up to the mark yet,' is the Indian Navy looking at Sea Gripen?
International Business Times India

If LCA Navy is 'not up to the mark yet,' is the Indian Navy lo...

Indian Navy looking for another aircraft for its carrier operation within another five years. In Picture: HAL Naval Tejas prototype takes-off from the Shore Based Test Facility at INS Hansa, Goa Wiki Commons/Indian Navy The indigenously built ... International Business Times India, 1 week ago
Indian Navy Rules Out Tejas for Carrier Operations Defense-Aerospace, 4 days ago

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LCA Navy
International Business Times India, 1 week ago

Has the Indian Navy cancelled its Tejas LCA project?

Despite renewed efforts, the complex integration of the aerial refuelling probe on the Tejas fighter hasn't been properly accomplished. The absence of reliable "hot refuelling" implies a restriction in aircraft mission ranges, which maritime ...
 Observer Research Foundation6 days ago Exclusive: Navy chief's saying aircraft's naval version did not meet timeline 'hurtful', says LCA Tejas director  India Today6 days ago Navy says no to Tejas variant  The Hindu1 week ago Navy chief Sunil Lanba says Tejas LCA not up to mark, search on for another fighter jet  Economic Times1 week ago
Times of India

Army rejects naval version of indigenous Tejas light combat aircraft for being overweight 3 hours ago

New Delhi, Dec 3: The Indian Navy on Friday rejected the Light Combact Aircraft (LCA) Tejas for being overweight. Tejas does not meet the thrust-to-meet requirement to take off with full fuel and arms load froma aircraft carrier's deck. The fighter ...
 India.com1 week ago Navy rejects overweight Tejas, looks for alternative  Times of India1 week ago Indian Navy Rejects Indigenously Built Lightw...  Dotemirates.com1 week ago 'Overweight' Tejas not able to meet requirements, says Navy  HT Syndication1 week ago

DRDO To Salvage All The Homegrown Aircrafts Which Will Be Scrapped By The Indian Navy

Navy Chief Admiral Sunil Lanbaon Friday announced that the Naval Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) did not meet his force's requirements; the organisation is now seeking foreign-made planes. Despite the Navy junking its homegrown version of LCA's and ...
 Indiatimes6 days ago DRDO to salvage home-grown aircraft dumped by Indian Navy  India Today6 days ago
India Today

India; Navy cancels LCA fighter order, will seek foreign substitute

The Indian Navy has junked aircraft carrier version of the home-grown Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas and will look for a foreign made plane as the LCA did not meet the requirements. Indian Navy Chief Admiral Sunil Lanba announced that the ...
 Dmilt.com3 days ago Indian Navy Junks Home-grown Light Combat Aircraft, Will Look For Foreign-made Plane  Defense World5 days ago India's Light Combat Aircraft Advances with New Order  Aviation International News1 week ago Aircraft, helicopters and drones worth 75,000 crore on Parrikar's agenda in DAC meeting  India Today1 month ago
International Business Times India

Government reveals DRDO projects and reasons for delay; here is the full list

The Narendra Modi government has shared information on the development of LCA Phase-II and LCA Navy Phase-I. Government gives reasons for delay in LCA Phase-II In Picture: A LCA Tejas seen lifting off during a test run by the Indian Air ...
 International Business Times India2 weeks ago

Govt to take call on LCA Tejas, blacklisting policy and navy projs on Monday

The IAF's Light Combat Aircraft, Tejas (Photo: PTI) The Defence Ministry is likely to allow opening of the commercial bids for four Landing Platform Docks (LPDs) on Monday, an over $3 billion project for which two Indian private shipyards are ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago

Indigenous advanced Navy LCA will meet operational requirements: Developer

A more powerful engine, albeit imported, will enable the Mark-2 naval version of the indigenous light combat aircraft (LCA) meet the requirements of the Indian Navy, its developer says, even as the navy chief has said that the Mark-1 version has not ...
 Prokerala2 days ago Indigenous Navy LCA still a work in progress  SentinelAssam.com1 day ago Naval Version of Indigenous LCA Will Meet Operational Requirements: Developer  News18.com2 days ago
Asian Lite

Navy Chief optimistic on Indian Navy's strength

Navy Chief assures that Navy has assets to take on any force deployed….reports Asian Lite News Indian Navy's Scorpene submarine Assuring the nation of the capability of the Indian Navy in view of the Chinese Navy's presence in the Indian ...
 Asian Lite1 week ago Navy junks desifighter plan  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Navy's main concern is Indian Ocean Region: Lanba  Millennium Post1 week ago Navy has assets to take on any force deployed: Navy Chief  ProKerala.com1 week ago

Indian Tejas Fighter Jets Too Heavy for Aircraft Carriers Navy Chief

NEW DELHI (Sputnik) India's locally-built Tejas fighters are too heavy totake offfrom its aircraft carriers, the chief ofIndia's Naval Staff said. "In the present form, the LCA [light combat aircraft] cannot take offwith its full weapon load," ...
 Sputnik1 week ago
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