Air India to join «STAGE unprecedented modernization»

Air India to join
As expected, the Indian Air Force in the current fiscal year will conclude contracts for the acquisition of foreign military aircraft and helicopters for a total amount of 25 billion U.S. dollars.
These include the long-awaited signing of the contract for the purchase of 126 fighters functional (20 billion dollars), 3 aircraft for special operations C-130J, 22 attack helicopters, Boeing Apache Longbow (1,2 миллиардов dollars), 15 transport helicopters languid Boeing CH Chinook (1,4 миллиардов dollars) and 6 European refueling aircraft A-330 MRTT (2 billion dollars).
«Air Force entered the unprecedented step of modernization. Ability of military aircraft will be increased across the entire range of tasks. 5 large transactions total cost 25 billion dollars have all chances to be signed in the current fiscal year, «said Air Force Commander, Air Chief Marshal NA K Browne (NAK Browne).
As sources told Financial Express (June 7), the Air Force are negotiating the purchase of an additional 6 C-130J aircraft manufactured by the American company Lockheed Martin. In addition, the Air Force will receive 10 of heavy transport aircraft Boeing C-17 Globemaster III for the amount of $ 5 billion Delivery of the aircraft is scheduled from June 2013 to June 2015. As in the case of the C-130J, India plans to increment the amount of C-17 by 10 machine.

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