Naval Version Of LCA Makes First Flight

Credit: Credit: Indian Ministry of Defense
NEW DELHI — India on April 27 conducted the first flight of the naval version of its Light Combat Aircraft (LCA). The 20-min. naval prototype (NP-1) test sortie took place over Bengaluru and was flown by Air Commodore T.A. Maolankar and co-pilot Wing Commander Maltesh Prabhu. The aircraft executed...

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