New Delhi: India’s indigenously developed Gentle Fight Plane (LCA) Tejas on Friday efficiently carried out an “arrested landing” in Goa, a significant milestone in improvement of the naval variant of the jet.
Officers stated the check demonstrated the plane’s potential to halt at a brief distance after touchdown on board an plane service.
The check was carried out at a shore-based check facility of the Indian Navy. The naval model of the plane is in improvement stage.
The Indian Air Power has inducted a batch of Tejas plane.
Initially, an order was positioned with the Hindustan Aeronautics Restricted (HAL) for 40 Tejas plane.
Final yr, the IAF issued the request for proposal (RFP) to HAL for the procurement of one other batch of 83 Tejas at a value of over Rs 50,000 crore.