BENGALURU, India — India’s National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL) hopes to resume flight testing in December for its Saras regional turboprop aircraft, a program that has been delayed following the 2009 crash of the program’s second prototype. An NAL official says the flight tests will use the first prototype aircraft and by that time, the company will have completed a third prototype. Government approval will be required before the tests can resume. NAL aims to achieve Indian ...


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