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    Pakistan JF17 Cancels Participation in Bahrain Air show to be held on 21-23 Jan 2016

    Static Aircraft
    http://www.bahraininternationalairsh...play_trade.pdf




    http://www.bahraininternationalairsh.../Aircraft/5_7/

    Participant Aircraft Display
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    |India is showing 1 DRDO Embraer AWACS, 2 Tejas, Many HAL Dhruv MK3 Helicopters


    The "Made-for Bahrain" display routine will test the Tejas' limits in vertical climbs, high-speed runs, tight turns and the fighter's slow flying ability.

    the performance at Bahrain will include two 8G turns in front of the display stand. "We do not intend to return to India feeling we could have done more. Aerospace experts will scrutinise every performance, and recordings of these, over succeeding months. We hope to make it worth their while," says the ADA official.


    http://www.ibtimes.co.in/lca-tejas-t...y-march-662798

    LCA Tejas to test-fire Derby BVR missile by March
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    Re: Pakistan JF17 Cancels Participation in Bahrain Air show to be held on 21-21 Jan

    Monday, January 11, 2016
    http://www.livefistdefence.com/2016/...le-firing.html
    Next Tejas Milestone: Derby BVR Missile Firing By March



    Monday, January 11, 2016

    Next Tejas Milestone: Derby BVR Missile Firing By March

    As the laboured final stretch of India's LCA Tejas trudges on, there's a final milestone on the, well, horizon. A Tejas fighter with a fully integrated multi-mode radar and new quartz radome is all set to fire its first BVR missile off the coast of Goa -- Livefist can confirm it will be a Rafael Systems Derby (mock-ups pictured above last year). As reported earlier by Livefist, the Derby has been signed on as a stopgap in the event that the indigenous Astra doesn't enter the field of play in time. More details on this upcoming test soon.

    The real wait, of course, is for the Tejas to begin carriage and firing tests of the in-development Astra, which has already been fired a few times from an IAF Su-30MKI.





    To sum it up =>Tejas Trainer version & JF17 block II will have comparable BVR capability. JF17 program is more matured with edge over 6-7 years of induction, many missile integration & Electronic warfare( missing in 1st 10 tejas Trainer aircraft)

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    Re: Pakistan JF17 Cancels Participation in Bahrain Air show to be held on 21-21 Jan

    Bahrin airshow 2016 doesnt show JF-17 in the list of confirmed aircraft.

    http://www.bahraininternationalairsh.../Aircraft/5_7/

    But the static aircraft display show two JF-17



    Source: http://www.bahraininternationalairsh...play_trade.pdf

    Zoom the image on Hanger no 14,15

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    Re: Pakistan JF17 Cancels Participation in Bahrain Air show to be held on 21-21 Jan

    Bengaluru, Dec 13: It's official! And, it is as close as it can get! India's Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) Tejas will be at a ‘striking distance' of Pakistan's JF-17 Thunder in Bahrain. The Bahrain International Air Show (BIAS) is scheduled from January 21-23 at the Sakhir Airbase.



    As reported by OneIndia last month, this will be for the first time Tejas will be participating in a flying demonstration outside India. [Read: OneIndia Exclusive: Tejas may create history with flying demo at Bahrain air show] At BIAS, two Tejas aircraft will be parked next to two Pakistan's JF-17s on aircraft display Pad No 15. Two Royal Air Force Typhoons will also be parked on Pad No 15. Behind the Tejas, the entire Pad No 14 has been allotted to the United Arab Emirate's Al Fursan aerobatic display team. Pakistan's JF-17s is a joint development project of Pakistan Aeronautical Complex and China's Chengdu Aircraft Industry Corporation. Operational with the Pakistan Air Force since 2010, the JF-17s have already seen some international air shows, including Paris. It's unclear on what basis the organisers have grouped two military platforms from two not-so-friendly nations on the same parking bay. The move is expected to grab immense media attention during the show. An LCA Tejas telemetry cabin with a tracking antenna and other equipment have also been given a space inside the Sakhir Airbase area, closer to the static aircraft display trade area.

    Likely to reach Bahrain today


    Military sources have confirmed to OneIndia that two Tejas platforms LSP-4 and LSP-7 are scheduled to fly out of Air Force Station Jamnagar on Wednesday. "The planes reached Jamnagar last week from Bengaluru and they are all set to fly out to Muscat today. It will be historic in many ways as Tejas will be cruising out of Indian skies for the first time," an officer told OneIndia. In the last one week, in addition to various technical clearances, Tejas had to undergo a series of mandatory custom checks at the Jamnagar base. "It will have a stopover at Muscat before flying out to Sakhir Airbase in Bahrain. It is scheduled to reach Bahrain today itself," the officer said

    Technical crew spread across different bases

    A team of over 150 technicians, engineers and ground crew have already been positioned at Jamnagar, Muscat and Bahrain ahead of the Tejas' historic outing. As reported by OneIndia recently, Tejas had cleared one of the most critical flight test parameters in the programme, when the pilots pulled 8 'g' (limit of envelope) during its test flights in Bengaluru last month. [Read: OneIndia Exclusive: Tejas pilots pull 8 ‘g' and beyond clearing critical FOC point] A top delegation from Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) is expected to depart for Bahrain next week ahead of the air show. "It's a massive effort by the team to ensure that the planes are in good shape and ready for the demonstration. Everyone is excited since it is for the first time Tejas will be performing outside India," the officer added.

    Read more at: http://www.oneindia.com/india/exclus...n-1981691.html

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