|ARCHIVAL PHOTO FROM FIRST FLIGHT / APRIL 27 / ©ADA|
India's LCA Navy prototype has flown three more times since its first flight
on April 27, the last one with its landing gear retracted for the full duration of flight.
The LCA's landing gear, as is well known, has been a problem that has delayed the debut flight, with scientists continuing to work on it. The ADA has in fact set up a specific technological committee
to sort out issues with the landing gear.
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