Seven Contenders Vie To Make India’s Next Fighter

Credit: Daniel Urchick and Michael Tint/Aviation Week Intelligence Network Fleet Data
The Indian Air Force has a requirement for 110 multirole fighters—the world’s largest open competition for combat aircraft. Its indigenously manufactured Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft will be the successor to the Tejas Light Combat Aircraft and replace a fleet of legacy aircraft to be phased out...

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