The Indian Air Force (IAF) announced Friday that two of its indigenously designed Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) had left for Malaysia to take part in the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition 2019 (LIMA-2019).
Participating team members along with two Tejas aircraft had been ferried out from the Kalaikunda base in West Bengal for Langkawi, the IAF announced on its Twitter account.
Russia’s Ilyushin Il-76 and America’s C-130J belonging to the IAF will provide logistics support for the induction of Tejas fighters at the exhibition.
Malaysia has shortlisted the Tejas jet among the roster for its Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) procurement programme. It is in competition against the Chinese-Pakistani JF-17 jet, South Korean F-50 and Russian YAK-130. With an initial purchase of 12 units, Malaysia is also looking to have an option for additional 24 units in the future.
The JF-17 will however, not be participating in the Malaysian exhibition. According to the official list of participating aircraft released by the organizers, the JF-17 will not be present in the static and flying displays.
The Chinese-Pakistani JF-17 fighter jet, in contention of Malaysias Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) project along with Indias Tejas, will not be participating in the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace (LIMA) to be held in Malaysia next week. According to the official list of participating aircraft released by the organizers, the JF-17 will not be present in the static and flying displays
Russian Yak-130 combat trainer will be pitted against the Indian LCA Tejas fighter jet for the Malaysian fighter replacement program as both have been invited to display their skills at the upcoming Langkawi International Exhibition (LIMA-2019) later this month. This is perhaps the first time when Indias ‘all weather friend, in defence procurement, Russia will be competing with New Delhi for an international sales opportunity
Ministry of Defense (MoD) of India is evaluating whether it should continue to invest in the development programme of aircraft carrier-based version of the countrys Light Combat Aircraft (LCA), the Tejas. The MoD is seeking a six-month time period to arrive at the decision, according to a report published by
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