Post-Crash, India Revives Plans For Saras Civil Aircraft Project

India is warming up to take a fresh look at its ill-fated Saras civil aircraft program—nearly two years after the crash of the second prototype on March 6, 2009. A.R. Upadhya, director of National Aerospace Laboratories (NAL)—the makers of Saras—tells Aviation Week that the Director General of Civil...

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