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Sunday, February 08, 2015

Naval LCA Tested With Indian-made Landing Gear

LCA Tejal NP2The second prototype of the naval version of India’s Light Combat Aircraft has been tested with a complex landing gear designed by the Aircraft Research and Design Centre, a wing of the DRDO.

Called the LCA-NP2 the second prototype of the Navy version of the Light Combat Aircraft, flew for the first time on Saturday. It took off from the Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd runway at 12.27 p.m. and flew for about 35 minutes, said HAL in a release.

Officials of HAL, the Aeronautical Development Agency, safety certifying agency CEMILAC and other DRDO officials watched the flight.

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