BENGALURU, India — The Kaveri engine for India’s Tejas Light Combat Aircraft will complete a critical flight test in Russia this October. The Defense Research and Development Organization’s Bengaluru-based Gas Turbine Research Establishment is developing the engine. Indian Defense Minister A.K. Antony told the upper house of the Indian parliament on Aug. 25 that the Kaveri has been integrated with an Ilyushin Il-76 aircraft at Gromov Flight Research Institute in Moscow for ground and ...

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