BENGALURU, India — Test pilots from India’s National Flight Test Center (NFTC) are currently familiarizing themselves with the Tejas Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) and learning techniques used by the Indian Air Force’s frontline squadrons. Program Director for Combat Aircraft and Aeronautical Development Agency Director P.S. Subramanyam tells AVIATION WEEK that the NFTC team should gain enough expertise from the current mission to give Tejas the best pilot-vehicle interface. “Our pilots ...
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