HAL presents the IAF with the 100th Sukhoi SU-30MKI ROH aircraft.

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At HAL’s Nashik Division on Friday, Union Defense Secretary Giridhar Aramane presented Air Vice Marshal Sarin with the 100th Sukhoi Su-30MKI Repair and Overhaul (ROH) aircraft and officially opened the third LCA assembly line.

Nashik/Bangalore: Union Defense Secretary Giridhar Aramane officially opened the third LCA assembly line on Friday at HAL’s Nashik Division. He also gave Air Vice Marshal Sarin the keys to the 100th Sukhoi Su-30MKI ROH aircraft.

In the presence of HAL CMD C.B. Ananthakrishnan and other senior officials, Saket Chaturvedi, CEO (MiG Complex), presented the 100th ROH aircraft’s Signal Out Certificate (SOC) to Air Vice Marshal Sarin.

The Defence Secretary praised HAL’s initiatives in tackling the difficulty of constructing a ROH facility for the Su-30 MKI as well as for establishing a new production line for the manufacture of LCAs.

According to Aramane, who said that HAL has been meeting the needs of the nation’s security, “The government has released various ‘Aatmanirbhar Bharat’ policies, and that places HAL in a very significant position. HAL will increase its output in the upcoming years. Develop more systems, fresh ideas, and platforms for development in the future.

The government needs these cutting-edge equipment, thus he asked HAL to launch new projects to aggressively compete in the defence market and explore new fields like unmanned vehicles. Initiatives, innovation, excellence, and a performance-focused approach were stressed by him.

Aramane also paid a tour to the Su-30 ROH Flight Hangar, the TEJAS Assembly Complex, and the Final Assembly Hangar.

The new production line would enable the company to increase TEJAS MK-1A production capacity from 16 to 24 aircraft per year, according to C.B. Ananthakrishnan, CMD, HAL. Despite experiencing supply chain problems due to the present geopolitical events, HAL’s Nashik Division has managed to reach its maximum overhaul capacity of 20 Su-30 aircraft per year.

The government needs these cutting-edge equipment, thus he asked HAL to launch new projects to aggressively compete in the defence market and explore new fields like unmanned vehicles. Initiatives, innovation, excellence, and a performance-focused approach were stressed by him.

Aramane also paid a tour to the Su-30 ROH Flight Hangar, the TEJAS Assembly Complex, and the Final Assembly Hangar.

The new production line would enable the company to increase TEJAS MK-1A production capacity from 16 to 24 aircraft per year, according to C.B. Ananthakrishnan, CMD, HAL. Despite experiencing supply chain problems due to the present geopolitical events, HAL’s Nashik Division has managed to reach its maximum overhaul capacity of 20 Su-30 aircraft per year.

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