Indian Air Force To Add 38 Pilatus Trainers

NEW DELHI — In a blow to India’s state-owned airframe manufacturer, the Indian air force (IAF) is expected to exercise options with Swiss firm Pilatus for 38 PC-7 Mk-II basic turboprop trainers in a deal worth about $275 million. The agreement adds to the 75 Pilatus aircraft the IAF ordered in May...

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