This new report
in the Daily Telegraph
suggests that the Eurofighter Typhoon is ahead of the other five fighter contenders in India's $11-billion medium multirole combat aircraft (MMRCA) competition. The report quotes an unnamed IAF source as saying that the Typhoon emerged on top of the pack in the technical and field evaluations. There have been two earlier reports
in the Indian media about the Typhoon making any cut
that may happen.
Livefist's full coverage of the MMRCA competition is here
.Photo Courtesy Eurofighter
Labels: AIR FORCE, Aircraft And Helicopters, M-MRCA Competition, Newspaper Report