The indigenously built Tejas, the world’s lightest supersonic fighter aircraft, is going to show its air operations abroad for the first time. Tejas will participate in the 5-day Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (Lima), which begins in Malaysia from March 26. For this, the Indian Air Force has also reached Malaysia.
Explain that Tejas designed for Indian Air Force and Indian Navy on behalf of the Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) have been constructed by Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) in India completely. It is the country’s first indigenously built fighter aircraft, which is planning to attract Malaysia to buy it from the plan of launching it at the Lima Air Show.
Indian Air Force is also participating for the first time in this Maritime Aero Expo. In order to participate in the Lima Air Show, the team of IAF left from Kalaikunda Air Force Station on March 22 for Langkawi, Malaysia, via Yangon, the capital of Myanmar. The Indian Air force team will also be in a bilateral meeting with the Royal Malaysian Air Force, which will try to strengthen cooperation between the two armies.
Indian Air Force posted a video of his final flight flying on Tejas on Langkawi International Airport on Sunday on his official Twitter handle. Also wrote that the Swadeshi Supersonic Light Combat Aircraft, which has been included in the IAF, Tejas will offer airfare for the first time in Langkawi in Langkawi.