BENGALURU, India — GE Aviation’s GE F414 has edged out Eurojet’s EJ200 to power the Mk-II version of India’s Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA). The deal is estimated to be worth close to $800 million, after taking into account spares and other critical parts of the engine. Sources confirm to AVIATION WEEK that close to 100 Tejas aircraft will be powered by the GE F414 engine. The price negotiating committee (PNC) had representatives from the Indian ministry of defense, the ...
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