NEW DELHI — India is buying 39 AH-64D Apache attack helicopters for its army, fulfilling a long-pending service demand for its own fleet of attack aircraft. “Negotiations for 39 Apache attack helicopters for the Indian army are currently on,” an Indian army spokesman tells Aviation Week. Though the spokesman declined to divulge any financial details, industry officials indicate the deal could be worth $2.5-$3 billion. The new Indian government’s ...
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