The major positive to take away from the Indian Air Force’s (IAF) biggest war-like exercise, ‘Gagan-Shakti 2018' is the performance of Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas. The indigenously-manufactured (LCA) Tejas was put to test by the IAF in the 14-day long exercise. The aircraft performed as per the requirement of the force. The major … Continue reading Indigenous Built LCA-Tejas Performed Well During The ‘Gagan-Shakti 2018’
The DefExpo 2018 is providing the required impetus to the Indian defence manufacturing industry. US based company Boeing is eyeing to secure $15 billion deal with the Indian Air Force (IAF) to provide 110 fighter jets. It pitches for Super Hornet F/A 18 to the IAF. Boeing on Thursday signed a deal with public sector … Continue reading DefExpo 2018: Saab and Boeing Eye to Secure $15 Billion Deal with The Indian Air Force
On the very first day of the DefExpo 2018, two US companies pitch in for their respective fighter jets for getting a deal of supplying 110 fighter jets worth $15 billion to the Indian Air Force (IAF). This can be considered as a major boost to the ‘Make in India’ campaign Lockheed Martin offered to … Continue reading DefExpo 2018: Lockheed Martin and Boeing Gearing up to Secure $15 Billion Deal
Russia offers India to sell 21 used Mig - 29s at a very cheap price. The Indian government would be very cautious to take a decision of purchasing these 21 fighter jets. India needs to draw parallel from the deal of buying aircraft carrier Admiral Gorshkov. Russia offered this aircraft carrier free of cost to … Continue reading Russia offers India to Sell 21 used Mig-29s at Cheap Price; Will India Consider The Offer?
The Indian Air Force on Friday initiated a process to acquire 110 fighter jets. The IAF issued a Request for Information (RFI) for $15 billion deal. It is considered to be the biggest defence deal. The fighter jets would jointly be produced by a foreign company in collaboration with an Indian company under ‘Make in … Continue reading Indian Air Force to get 110 Fighter Jets; Will it Suffice?
In the latest development Indian government has asked Indian Air Force (IAF) to consider twin engine Boeing Super Hornet F/A-18 E/F along with SAABs’s Gripen and Lockheed Martin’s F-16. already talks are going on between Indian Navy and Boeing to finalise the deal of $8 billion (Approx) for the procurement of 57 fighter jets. IAF … Continue reading Boeing’s Super Hornet F/A-18 for Indian Air Force?