The contract for the initial design phase of the fifth generation fighter aircraft
was concluded in August 2017 and is worth around 100 million.
India and Russia had signed an agreement around 2007 to co- develop both the transport plane and the Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft
( FGFA) as part of their attempt to pool in resources to develop latest and advanced variants of the aircraft to meet the global challenges in this domain.
Another project under focus would be the long pending joint development of the fifth generation fighter aircraft
Russia and India are also planning to move forward on $4 billion investments to jointly develop a fifth generation fighter aircraft
and upgrade Sukhoi-30MKI aircraft, Russian news agency Tass (http://tass.
It would be ideal if the national economy permitted for the PAF to be equipped with fifth generation fighter aircraft
(FGFA), which incorporate numerous technological advances over fourth generation planes, such as all-aspect stealth, low probability of intercept radar, high performance airframe, advanced avionics and highly integrated computer systems capable of networking with other elements in battle space for situational awareness.
The soon to be commissioned aircraft carrier INS Vikramaditya, the nuclear submarine INS Chakra leased to us by Russia and the joint development of the fifth generation fighter aircraft
and the Brahmos Cruise Missile are examples of the scale and sophistication of our collaboration," he added.
India's Hindustan Aeronatics Limited (HAL) is to build the Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft
(FGFA), a derivative of the Sukhoi T-50, in India.
1 billion Mirage 2000 fighter aircraft upgrade deal during President Nicolas Sarkozy's December visit, and a few weeks later India and Russia agreed to jointly develop a fifth generation fighter aircraft
during President Dmitry Medvedev's visit.
Russia and India signed on Tuesday a long-awaited contract to jointly develop fifth generation fighter aircraft
, potentially worth tens of billions of dollars, and clinched a deal to expand capacity at a Russian-built nuclear power plant in south India.
India and Russia have concluded the terms of engagement to jointly develop the proposed fifth generation fighter aircraft
By Gautam Datt in New Delhi THE Indian pilots will finally get to fly the Russian prototype of the Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft
( FGFA) once the contract between New Delhi and Moscow on the joint development of futuristic combat jet is finalised.
In the joint production of Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft
(FGFA), we have accomplished the first stage.