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I dont see anything new in that article that was already said before.


That's news.... Indians were clamming in mid of 2014 we will see tejas inductions... It's idrw.org and look at the date of article 5th jan 2014...

Ab Tejas bana be loo.... Demakh kharab kar diya hai HAL na... Ab toh troll kar kar k thek gay han....:mad:

Kabi koi deadline pori ki hai HAL na 40 saal ho gai han....:suicide2:
 
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That's news.... Indians were clamming in mid of 2014 we will see tejas inductions... It's idrw.org and look at the date of article 5th jan 2014...

Ab Tejas bana be loo.... Demakh kharab kar diya hai HAL na... Ab toh troll kar kar k thek gay han....:mad:

Kabi koi deadline pori ki hai HAL na 40 saal ho gai han....:suicide2:


Speak English.

If you read the article, it's basically a mesh mash of things already said, with a new title.
 

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Eventually LCA will be air worthy, 10 yrs down the road Tejas will replace 3 generation Mig21 fighter jet then India will have the ultimate air superiority in the region, watch out for India will use Tejas for their fighter jet diplomacy.
 

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That's news.... Indians were clamming in mid of 2014 we will see

Ab Tejas bana be loo.... Demakh kharab kar diya hai HAL na... Ab toh troll kar kar k thek gay han....:mad:

Kabi koi deadline pori ki hai HAL na 40 saal ho gai han....:suicide2:

kya karoon bhai hum indian to low IQ wala people hain,hum to 40 year main ek plane nahin bana sake aur tum logo ne 10 saal main hi aisa fighter plane bana dala jo space main bhi jata hain(aka JF 17)..:pakistan:
 

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Tejas Induction into Air Force to Take More Time

While Friday’s second initial operational clearance (IOC-2) will signal the end of a grueling wait for the IAF to officially undertake flight evaluation trials, the formation of no 45 Squadron (Flying Daggers) earmarked for Tejas might take another two more years. The same squadron last flew the MiG 21 Bison aircraft operating from Naliya (Gujarat), an airfield closer to Karachi. The Tejas squadron will eventually be operating from the Sulur Air Force base, near Coimbatore.

Sources monitoring the Tejas programme said that, HAL’s promise of delivering the first production variant of Tejas (SP-1) by March 2014 might be little far-fetched. “We hope to have the first aircraft by end by mid of 2014. The first two aircraft (SP-1, SP-2) might not meet our standards for squadron formation as the metal cutting and hardware were done before we froze the IOC-2 test points. We will raise the first Tejas squadron with four aircraft starting from SP-3 to SP-6,” a top source said. The IAF will use SP-1 and SP-2 for evaluation flight to be undertaken by the test pilots of Aircraft System and Testing Establishment (ASTE). The limited series production variants LSP-7 and LSP-8 too will be used for evaluation flights by the IAF.

The IAF has already identified the first Commanding Officer for Tejas Squadron, now part of the ASTE team, but he’s yet to fly the Tejas. More officers are expected to join the squadron soon, with only few technicians currently being trained to handle the aircraft. For IAF, the maintainability of Tejas is the most primary concern. “The hardware-related issues need to be fixed first. The software can be upgraded without much delay. The critical factor for any aircraft is its maintainability. Truly speaking, before the IOC event, all hardware must be finalised, which might not still be the case with Tejas,” the source said.A programme management team from the IAF sits at the Aeronautical Development Agency to ensure that the Tejas comes out as a ‘usable aircraft’ befitting the squadron standards. The HAL will deliver first 20 aircraft in IOC configuration and another 20 more in the final operational clearance format.

Link - Tejas Induction into Air Force to Take More Time -The New Indian Express
 

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Kabhi kabhi meray dil main eik khyal aata hain.

keh Tejas ko IAF main shamil hotay dekhay gain, yeh us say pehlay dunya khatam hojai gi?

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That's news.... Indians were clamming in mid of 2014 we will see tejas inductions... It's idrw.org and look at the date of article 5th jan 2014...

I don't give too much to media reports based on unnamed "high level" sources, but the report says:

Tejas Induction into Air Force to Take More Time

Sources monitoring the Tejas programme said that, HAL’s promise of delivering the first production variant of Tejas (SP-1) by March 2014 might be little far-fetched. “We hope to have the first aircraft by end by mid of 2014. The first two aircraft (SP-1, SP-2) might not meet our standards for squadron formation as the metal cutting and hardware were done before we froze the IOC-2 test points. We will raise the first Tejas squadron with four aircraft starting from SP-3 to SP-6,” a top source said.

So even if the report is right and HAL can't deliver the first once by march, the first squadron still expected to be raised this year, with the FOC still expected to be fulfilled by 2015/16.
 

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