Rolls-Royce's association with India began in 1932, with Gypsy engines on the first Tata Aviation aircraft. Today, Rolls-Royce has 1,300 engines in service there. Kishore Jayaraman, president of Rolls-Royce India, discusses his company's future plans with Aviation Week's Jay Menon. AW&ST: Can you elaborate on any specific plans for Rolls-Royce in India in the next five to ten years? Jayaraman: India offers the opportunity of a rapidly growing market. We aim to double the defense ...

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