chola wrote:Okay 16 by 2019, I am happy enough. ...
FWIW at 16 LCA/year, India will have more production capacity than the Rafales (9 to 11/year)
chola wrote:Okay 16 by 2019, I am happy enough. We are looking to export the Advanced Hawk no? We would want to keep capacity just in case of sales I imagine.
JTull wrote:chola wrote:Okay 16 by 2019, I am happy enough. We are looking to export the Advanced Hawk no? We would want to keep capacity just in case of sales I imagine.
So, HAL won't setup a new line without orders or investment, but it'll keep one idle in hope for more orders? That's tremendous waste of resources.
1350cr is for HAL before it moves a muscle but expects the private sector to cough up all investment to scale up production of their workshare.
KBDagha wrote:Great news! Any link?
tsarkar wrote:^^ Jay, as per information shared by journalist M Anantha Krishna, who was ex Public Relationship Officer at HAL, the newest line of 8 is not the Hawk Line, but another greenfield project supposed to come up at Doddanekundi across Old Airport Road where the HAL New Management Academy is.
The area in Google Maps shows open land unlike the highly crowded neighboring Marathahalli.
How they move Tejas across a very crowded Old Airport Road is another question, ofcourse.
My take as stated earlier was to finish Hawk assembly quickly, transfer jigs & other equipment for maintenance to the IAF 5 BRD at Sulur, Coimbatore already managing Jaguars and common Adour engines, and go full stream on the Tejas
Indranil wrote:At some point, I would lose track (a good thing). If we can move from tracking number of aircrafts in a squadron. to number of squadrons in the force, it will be a great thing. I am just keeping track now to dispel "1 aircraft delivered in the last seven month" rhetorics.
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