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Sunday, February 22, 2015

India signs pact for fighter jet trainer's support systems

Hawk Advanced Jet TrainerIn order to maintain its fleet of more than 100 Hawk aircraft, India has entered into an agreement with European Defence major BAE Systems for a comprehensive package of support systems for the advanced jet trainers.

The five-year contract will cost India's military aviation giant Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) 28.5 million dollar, which is producing the aircraft under transfer of technology.

Under the pact, BAE will provide a comprehensive package comprising Ground Support Equipment, Spares, Support and Training for the Hawk Mk132.

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