Tata and Boeing will start work on a manufacturing facility for the Apache AH-64E gunship fuselage of which 22 have been ordered by the Indian Air Force.
Boeing, Saab and Lockheed Martin are offering to build fighters in India and each is bringing something different to the table.
Lockheed Martin is offering to transfer its F-16 assembly line to India with officials proposing the idea to the Indian government in April.
When Parliament was told that there is no ‘bhaiya‘ system in the army, DefExpo is indeed happening in Goa and there’s no plan to put barcodes on uniforms.
Our pseudonymous analyst Mark is back with his take on the story so far of the IAF’s quest for fighter aircraft. He last contributed a much talked-about two-part analysis of the MMRCA tender in April 2012.
A recent intelligence alert has warned of terror attacks by Laskhar e Toiba in Jammu and Kashmir in the coming days, putting the sputtering dialogue between India and Pakistan under pressure.
Check out the Boeing CH-47 Chinook helicopter ordered by the Indian Air Force (IAF) as Boeing’s Dave Palm takes us around a US Army CH-47 at the Dubai Airshow 2015.
The Indian Air Force (IAF) has ordered 22 AH-64 Apache attack helicopters. Take a look at a UAE Air Force model as Boeing’s Dave Palm takes us around the aircraft at the Dubai Airshow 2015.
Tata Advanced Systems Limited is expected to deliver the first of eight airframes for the Dornier 228 NG to RUAG early next year from a facility in Hyderabad in a tie-up announced in June 2014.
Boeing and Tata plan for the joint venture to manufacture the fuselage of the Apache AH-64E attack helicopter for global customers at a new facility to be set up in Hyderabad.