DRDO to Complete Feasibility Study For Advanced MCA Project In 18 Months



The DRDO is scheduled to complete a feasibility study on the proposed indigenous fifth generation Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA) in the next 18 months. This was informed by the Defence Minister in Rajya Sabha.

Defence Minister A K Antony said that the “feasibility study for design and development of AMCA is being undertaken by the Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA), Bengaluru.”

“Based on the feasibility study, ADA would be able to define technologies required for the aircraft along with the timelines for design and 

development and subsequent manufacturing. The feasibility study is expected to take about 18 months,” he said.

2 comments :

gupt said...

we hope it will bit the f22 raptor
& j 20 of chaina

Anonymous said...

^^

LCA also had a similar let it be better than F-16 and Mig-29 specs.

Lets keep things real and on time this time a 4.75 gen aircraft in 2017 is better than a 5 Gen aircraft in 2027.

Just like a 3.75 gen LCA on time in 1999 would be much better than a 4gen LCA in 2011!

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