HAL and ADA presented the first two Tejas aircrafts to the Indian Air Force which will make up the 'Flying Daggers' 45 the First Squadron of LCA Tejas
Iron Fist Exercise 2016: A MiG-21 dropping a T9 flare and the R-73 from Tejas locks onto that for Firing
Tejas operating from Leh in the winter of 2013, at an altitude of 3,524 m (11,562 ft)
Tejas Aircrafts returning after a Five Aircraft Formation Practice Session prior to Aero India 2011
Tejas at INS Hansa in Goa during Sea Level & Weapon Trials in 2010
14th-18th February 2017
LCA Tejas participated at Aero India 2017 which has already carved a niche for itself globally as a premier aerospace exhibition, with tenth successful editions organised since 1996. Dubbed as “Asia’s Premier Air Show”, Aero India is organised by the Indian Ministry of Defence and held every two years. Aero India 2017 was the 11th edition of the international show on aerospace, defence, civil aviation, airport infrastructure and civil defence engineering.
The Ministry of Defence gives clearance for 83 LCA Tejas MK1A
8th November 2016
The Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) is the smallest and lightest multi-role supersonic fighter aircraft of its class. It is designed and developed by the Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) and Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) for the Indian Air Force and the Indian Navy.