NEW DELHI — As part of its offset obligation, Pilatus Aircraft Ltd. has linked up with Bharat Electronics Ltd. (BEL) to make electrical wirning harnesses for aircraft in India. The Swiss company entered into a $650 million contract with India in 2012 to supply 75 PC-7 Mk. 2 turboprop basic trainer aircraft to the Indian air force (IAF). The contract includes an integrated ground-based training system, a comprehensive logistics support package and a 30% offset obligation. “The project ...

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