Two Eurofighters from the Italian Air Force will be flown in for Aero India 2011 next month at the Yelahanka air force base. In 2009, the company sent Luftwaffe Typhoons
. With that, the Typhoons of three of its six operators will have brought their jets to the country. In October last year, the Royal Air Force brought Typhoons for a joint exercise
at the Kalaikunda air force base in East India.
Labels: AIR FORCE, Aircraft And Helicopters, DEFENCE EXHIBITIONS, M-MRCA Competition