Only if it is Tejas MK-II
An upgraded version of the Indian medium-class fighter, which has undergone a lot of improvements compared to the MK1 version.
The weight of the fighter increased from 13.5 tons in the MK1 version to 17.5 tons in the second version, while its load of weapons increased from 3.5 tons to 6.5 tons and its fuel load increased from 2.4 tons to 3.3-3.4 tons in the second version..
The new version is expected to make its first flight in 2023 and enter production by 2025-2026
The crew of the fighter is a pilot or pilot and navigator according to the version, its length is 14.6 meters, its width is 8.5 meters, its height is 4.8 meters, its empty weight is 7.8 tons, its total weight is 11.3 tons, its maximum weight at take-off is 17.5 tons, its external load of weapons and additional fuel tanks is 6.5 tons.
It is powered by an American General Electric F1414 engine, which is the same engine that works on the American F-18 fighters, the Korean fifth generation fighters and the Swedish Saab fighter. The engine has a power of 98 kN. It is said that in the future the fighter will be equipped with a more powerful 110 kN engine. The fighter’s maximum flight speed is 2385 km per hour, the fighter’s range is 2500 km, the return trip is 1500 km, and it reaches 3,500 km, with three additional tanks that fly at an altitude of 17.3 km from the surface of the earth and can refuel by breastfeeding.
The fighter is armed with a 30 mm machine gun for close engagement and is equipped with 13 external points for carrying weapons and fuel storages. It is planned for this version to be armed with the European Meteor air combat missile with a visibility range of 170/200 km, the French Mica radar and thermal missiles, the Indian Aster air-to-air missile and the Brahmos air missiles. Anti-ship surface, local cruise and anti-air defense missiles, Israeli bombs and small-diameter munitions, in addition to its ability to carry various Russian weapons and British weapons, led by the short-range Asram air-to-air missile.
India says that it will equip the fighter with a local ESA radar and electronic warfare systems, and it can carry aIso n demand..Israeli, American or French pod for monitoring and targeting, .
Avionics and radar, India said it will replace it with modern and local technology, and this is in the new version
As for the engine, they also manufacture it locally with a stronger version of the American engine..
And some technologies you can take from France or Italy..
India says it will manufacture the new radar, UTTAM by 95%, and production will start in 2025. Of course, the radar is based on Israeli technology, no matter what the Indians claim..
The local engine is sure from The Safran-Hindustan Aeronautics Limited. India has contracted with France to produce the Rafale M88 engine for use on the locally made fifth generation aircraft.
Astra missiles, Israeli technology
In general, we have been hearing news of Egypt's interest in this fighter for a long time, but do not glorify a fighter that has not been tested yet and has not proven its marketing success.
But for Egypt to have an advanced air-frame manufacturing technology from any country in the world is a technical treasure..
This version is still just ink on paper that has not seen the light and was not even made as a prototype for experiments. The best that India has from Tejas is the current MK1A version, which is less capable than the Pakistani JF-17 Block III and more expensive than the Pakistani one.
As for the Indian helicopters, especially the LAH, I won't waste my time talking about them, just look at them so you know they're bad..
As for the HAL Dhruv, it is a bad helicopter in the true sense of the word, and it has a bad record of crashes inside and outside India. The State of Ecuador withdrew it from service after the accidents it had suffered.
Egypt has a lot of experience with the Gazelle and its manufacturing..so it can improve on these a lot..
The Thing is if India can transfer the software they took from France and Usrael.. And their missile assembly line.. then it might be worth it .. otherwise it is a no..