NEW DELHI – India’s Defense Acquisition Council (DAC) signed off on a series of procurement and local manufacturing proposals on May 13, including a lone bid by a Tata-Airbus team to supply 56 C295 transports to replace the country’s Avro aircraft fleet. Sixteen of the C295s would be provided in flyaway condition and 40 more from a new Indian production line. The proposals will now be considered by India’s defense cabinet committee for final approval.   The ...

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