Thursday, November 04, 2010

Boeing P-8I In Nausena Livery, Critical Design Review Shortly

The second image, released just after the P-8I deal was signed with India, had just the Indian Navy roundels. The first image, recently released with "nausena" painted on, is a closer depiction of what the IN P-8I will really look like.

The Indian government will shortly exercise options for four more P-8Is from Boeing, taking its total order to 12 airplanes. The P-8I for India is also shortly to undergo its critical design review (CDR), which according to one Boeing definition describes it as "a symbolic portal separating concept and design from integration, fabrication and testing".

5 comments :

Rakka said...

its a crazy pic ... a maritime recce platform flying over the Himalayas ...

Anonymous said...

Hey....hearing news about successful flight test of Kaveri engine...is it true....???

Anonymous said...

Bharat rakshas is one up on you why? they claim Kaveri to be successful...wake up

financeblogger said...

What would be the status of P8-I, without CISMOA and EUMA agreements. If the requisite equipment is not onboard, does P8-I make sense?

Anonymous said...

What is a Navy plane doing flying in East Sikkim, looking for subs in the Tsomgo lake?? Very odd.

The americans need to improve photoshop skills very quickly.