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Dassault CEO says to raise Rafale output if wins new order

May 13, 2015

Dassault CEO says to raise Rafale output if wins new order

Dassault recently won orders for a total of 48 planes from Egypt and Qatar. A third potential deal for 36 aircraft between France and India has yet to be completed. #Business #India #Defence #Egypt #Narendra Modi #France #CompanyWatch #Qatar #Rafale #Dassault Aviation #Eric Trappier #MBDA missiles
India receives first upgraded Mirage 2000 fighter aircraft

Apr 24, 2015

India receives first upgraded Mirage 2000 fighter aircraft

The upgrade enhances the overall capability of aircrafts by equipping them with advanced avionics, weapons and self protection suites. #India #Defence #France #NewsTracker #Mirage-2000 #Dassault Aviation #HAL #Thales Aeroportes Systems
Fighter jet makers eye Indian riches after scaled-back French deal

Apr 16, 2015

Fighter jet makers eye Indian riches after scaled-back French deal

Sweden's Saab and US Lockheed Martin are set to re-pitch their Gripen and F-16 planes, eliminated in the Rafale tender, as the kind of lighter, single-engine aircraft that Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Monday the air force needed to rebuild its fleet. #Business #F-16 #Lockheed Martin #Defence #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #Hindustan Aeronautics Limited #Manohar Parrikar #Tejas #Rafale #Saab #Dassault Aviation #Gripen
Rafale deal likely to have a 30% offset clause worth nearly $2 bn

Apr 14, 2015

Rafale deal likely to have a 30% offset clause worth nearly $2 bn

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar had yesterday insisted that the deal for 36 Rafale jets does not mean that 'Make in Indian' programme has been set aside. #India #Defence #France #NewsTracker #Rafale #Dassault Aviation #defence procurement procedure
$20 billion Rafale deal hits dead end: Parrikar says LCA to replace MiG 21s

Apr 14, 2015

$20 billion Rafale deal hits dead end: Parrikar says LCA to replace MiG 21s

Talking about the operational requirement of the Indian Air Force, which currently has 34 Squadrons, Parrikar said LCA would be replacing the ageing MiG 21s, whose life has been extended by another eight years or so. #India #Narendra Modi #France #NewsTracker #Defence minister #IAF #aircraft #Manohar Parrikar #Rafale #Dassault Aviation #fighter jets