Indian Light Combat Aircraft Slipping A Year

NEW DELHI — Fresh troubles are delaying India’s indigenous Tejas Light Combat Aircraft program, with final operational clearance slipping by over a year to December 2014. Testing challenges and performance-parameter issues have delayed flight testing, operational envelope expansion and certification...

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