India’s National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) hopes to resume flight testing in December for its Saras regional turboprop aircraft, a program delayed by the 2009 crash of the second prototype. “In December, we will start the test flights again,” using the first test aircraft. In the same month, the company will have completed construction of another prototype, says a NAL official, who wishes to remain anonymous. Construction of the additional prototype is already under way, he says. But ...

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