Two decades of development problems have seen India's Saras light transport aircraft program pushed to the brink, but the project may get a new lease on life. Grounded indefinitely after the second Saras prototype crashed in March 2009, killing three Indian air force flight test crew, the Bengaluru-based National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) are hoping to continue test flights this year using the first prototype, currently being converted to the second prototype's more advanced ...


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