The country’s Defense Minister Rajnath Singh will ride the indigenous light combat aircraft Tejas. Rajnath will fly this flight on 19 September in Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka. A successful arrest landing of the Naval version of Tejas was made last Friday. During this landing, the speed of the aircraft is reduced with the help of wires attached to the bottom. In this way, Tejas showed his ability to land on the aircraft carrier.
According to the information, the speed of Tejas was 244 kilometers per hour at that time and in just 2 seconds, it was shown to land by zero. Military officials associated with the ‘Arrested Landing’ of this light fighter aircraft, developed by indigenous technology, said that this successful test has put India in the group of selected countries in designing a jet aircraft capable of landing on an aircraft carrier. is able.
Rajnath will fly this flight on 19 September in Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka.
The Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO) is involved in the development of this naval version of Tejas in association with Aeronautical Development Agency, Aircraft Research and Design Center of Hindustan Aeronautics Limited and CSIR. Significantly, the Air Force has included a consignment of Tejas aircraft in its fleet. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) was initially ordered for 40 Tejas aircraft. Last year, the Air Force proposed a request to HAL for the purchase of 83 more Tejas aircraft for Rs 50,000 crore.