HAL Plans to Push LCA-Tejas for Export in coming months


BY IDRW

In a Bid to Push export of indigenously developed LCA-Tejas for export, HAL plans to exhibit the fighter jet in International Aerospace and Defence exhibitions in coming months. 

As per Industrial sources close to idrw.org, Many countries in past who have shown interest in the jet and many high ranking officials from this countries will be in India during Aero India 2017 and HAL plans to further brief them about progress about new MK1A Standard for which Indian Air force already has placed orders for 83 units. 

International exposure at Bahrain air show has created a positive vibe about country’s indigenous Light Combat Aircraft Tejas for possible export. 

Interested countries will need to be briefed about its progress and also about its abilities for which it requires further International exposure said the Industrial source.

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