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Dr. V.M. Ghatge, Chief Designer, with the Mockup of the first indigenously designed Aircraft, the HT - 2 Trainer. 1948
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Today, HAL has 19 Production Units and 10 Research & Design Centres in 8 locations in India.
Vigilance Department in HAL was set up in 1969 pursuant of formation of Central Vigilance Commission (CVC)based on the model recommended by CBI.
Make In India
Bengaluru, February 6, 2017:
HAL’s key indigenous products HTT-40 (Basic Trainer Aircraft), first indigenously upgraded Hawk Mk132, named as Hawk-i, Light Utility Helicopter (LUH) and Light Combat Helicopter (LCH) will fly at the 11th edition of the Aero India 2017 scheduled from February 14 -18, 2017. “HAL is geared-up to display recent advancements in fixed and rotary wing segments”, says Mr. T. Suvarna Raju, CMD, HAL.
The main attraction of HAL’s indoor pavilion spread over in an area of over 1282 sqm is a mock-up of Indian Multi Role Helicopter (IMRH). The pavilion seeks to promote HAL’s excellence in technical, research and operational areas in line with its stature as India’s largest Defence organization. “Visitors will get an opportunity to know about Advanced Hawk which will be kept on display in front of HAL stall. Also, at the static display, HTT-40, upgraded Jaguar & Mirage 2000, LCH and LUH would be crowd pullers,” adds Mr. Raju.
In addition, the customer demonstration flights would be held for ALH Mk III Dhruv and Mk IV (Rudra). HAL will also hold business meetings with OEMs, sign agreements and contracts with business partners for various projects during the Aero India -2017.