Expected, according to several reports, to be cleared by the Indian government at any time, DefenseNews
reports now that India's Cabinet Committee on Security (CCS), the apex body that paves the way for contract signing, has cleared the Indian Air Force Mirage-2000 upgrade deal with Dassault (also MBDA, Thales and HAL). The deal, expected to be between $2.1-2.4 billion will involve the upgrade of 51 platforms.
There's no official confirmation yet on the DefenseNews report. Will post if it comes in.
More Livefist posts on the IAF Mirage-2000 upgrade here
Labels: AIR FORCE, Aircraft And Helicopters, Cartoon, EQUIPMENT UPGRADES