Friday, March 09, 2012

Finally, LCA Tejas LSP-7 Flies

Just in: The seventh limited series production airframe (LSP-7) of the LCA Tejas has taken its first flight today at Bangalore. Stay tuned for updates, photos and videos.


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Dear Shiv Ji,

I have read somewhere on Internet that LSP 7 is flown with a modified air intake on it. Is it true?

Can you please post a picture of that.

Anonymous said...

Congrats everyone involved. Now we need LSP-8,9 &NLCA asap.

Anonymous said...

I'm not expert, but air intake
looks the same as always, dude.

I guess we can see the new
intakes only on Tejas MK-II/MK-III

sam said...

Basically LCA + Derby/Python + ELTA EL/M 2052 radar is more than a match for the JF 17 thunder bandar.

Anonymous said...

''The United States Air Force is replacing emergency oxygen handles on its 170 F-22 Raptor jet fighters. The move follows a report into a November 2010 crash that killed a pilot in Alaska.The report finds Captain Jeffrey Haney's death was partly down to aircraft design flaws. ''- AP.

Lets build our own.look like the most avaned systems hae flaws too.we have only an edge by making our own even if less modern it is a jet plane & it can do wonders.Good replacement for jaquars older migs,besides we are closer to being self suffecient in jet tech.Jai HInd.