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India:'The Runway to a Billion Opportunities'

Air India’s historic deal with Airbus & Boeing to buy 470 aircraft ($70bn) & the theme of #AeroIndia reflect New India of the 21st century

Here’s a 🧵 on India’s Civil aviation sector & #AeroIndia

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•Before:Aero India was a mere window to 'Sell to India'

•Today: A potential defence partner. Our technology is cost effective as well as credible.

• 'Best innovation' in India with 'honest intent'

•India is the 3rd largest domestic civil aviation market in the world after China & the US

•Domestic passengers more than doubled from 60 million in 2014 to 143 million in 2020,prior to Covid-19

•International air passengers increased from 23 to 35 million
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🔆#HAL will display a new Indian fighter HLFT-42 in the #AeroIndia 2023. Aero India surpasses #China's Zhuhai airshow in terms of number of countries participating with 811 exhibitors including 110 foreign exhibitors!!!
According to a press release, the HLFT-42 (Hindustan Lead in Fighter Trainer) is a two-seat, single-engine “next-generation supersonic trainer [fighter]” that will play a critical role in modern combat aircraft training.
#India #China #fighterjet #AeroIndia2023 @OsintTV
HLFT-42 is supposed to be equipped with an electronically scanned active phrased usearray radar (AESA), electronic warfare and infrared search and tracking systems IRST.
#India #China #fighterjet #AeroIndia2023
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#Lockdown forced me to unlock a treasure (for me) of #AeroIndia Photographs right from the inaugural event in 1996. When a camera was still a luxury from my perspective, all these were borrowed from a good 'friend'!! Lucky to get close to the metal birds!!
In front of a Su-30!! From the 1998 edition crowds were not allowed near the aircrafts.
#AeroIndia 1998 was a "tear-jerker" of sorts. Rain played spoilsport. Many air displays were cancelled. Photographs were shot on point and shoot camera. Objective was to click anything that looked like and flew like a plane! Just for our memories. Absolutely no photography skills
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