Tejas Mk-1A: India’s Game-Changing Fighter Jet Unveiled – Features And Capabilities

Tejas Mk-1A: India’s Game-Changing Fighter Jet Unveiled – Features and Capabilities.

Discover the groundbreaking features of Tejas Mk-1A, India’s indigenous fighter aircraft.

With advanced technology and enhanced combat capabilities, Tejas Mk-1A promises to double the Air Force’s capacity. Get insights into its weaponry, radar systems, and more.

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Tejas Mk1A fighter Jet India has taken a big step towards self-reliance in the defense aviation sector.

Yesterday, the first aircraft LA 5033 of MK1A variant of 4.5 generation completely indigenous light combat aircraft Tejas took off successfully.

Tejas MK-1A made a successful flight and spent 18 minutes in the air.

It was tested at the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) airport in Bengaluru. This plane remained in the air continuously for 18 minutes.

Defense sector government company HAL said that the Tejas MK1A aircraft made a safe landing after spending 18 minutes in the air.

The flight was piloted by Chief Test Pilot Group Captain KK Venugopal (Retd).

The plane will have these facilities.

Tejas MK1A will soon be inducted into the Air Force, which will double the capability of the Air Force.

According to HAL, Tejas MK1A will have advanced electronic radar, combat and communication systems, better combat capability, and better facilities.

Tejas MK1A can work in all weather conditions Indian Air Force uses the homegrown Tejas MK1A, a 4.5 generation all-weather multirole combat aircraft.

The Defense Ministry had signed a contract worth over Rs 48,000 crore with HAL in February 2021 for 83 LCA Tejas MK-1A fighters.

These are also the specialties.

The MK-1A features a digital radar warning receiver, an improved AESA (active electronically scanned array) radar, enhanced beyond-visual-range (BVR) air-to-air missiles, and external self-protection jammer pods, among other improvements.

Tejas Squadron.

The Indian Air Force already has two Tejas squadrons, ‘Flying Daggers’ and ‘Flying Bullets’, one of which is now deployed in the southwestern sector facing Pakistan.

To make Tejas the mainstay of the Indian Air Force, the Defense Acquisition Council (DAC) has granted Approval of Requirement (AON) for 97 more Tejas MK-1A aircraft.



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