Saab’s Chief Test Pilot Richard Ljungberg takes us around a Royal Thai Air Force Gripen D at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace exhibition as he explains plans for the future development of the aircraft to the ‘E’ and ‘F’ variant.
Watch Airbus Helicopters’ Patrick Le Barbenchon as he walks you around the Royal Malaysian Air Force EC725 helicopter, now known as the H225M, at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace exhibition last week.
Boeing’s Robert D. Schoeffling takes us around their new Maritime Surveillance Aircraft (MSA) concept at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace exhibition held in Malaysia last week.
Lt. Col. Masro Bin Kaliwon of the Royal Malaysian Air Force A400M Team shows off their first aircraft at the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace exhibition held in Malaysia last week.
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Saab’s Lars-Olof Lindgren says his company has been quietly working on a plan to build the Gripen in India and has already done a lot of the homework for it.
The final session of the roundtable summarized the state of Indian air power and discussed ways to alleviate the difficult situation the air force could find itself in future.
The roundtable moved on to discuss the Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) program, the DRDO development of a new fighter to be produced by HAL, and raised serious concerns on the impact of it’s possible failure.
The discussion moved to the IAF’s tender for acquisition of 126 Medium Multi Role Combat aircraft with the question being: How does MMRCA fit future air power needs, costs, squadron strength?