Good and bad news for Russia: S-400 deal is on, while FGFA is dead

Good and bad news for Russia: S-400 deal is on, while FGFA is dead On Friday, Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman had both good and bad news for Moscow. On the one hand, she solidly affirmed India would go ahead and buy the Russian S-400 air…

India Withdraws From FGFA Project, Leaving Russia To Go It Alone

This video shows you that India Withdraws From FGFA Project, Leaving Russia To Go It Alone. The Indian Air Force (IAF) has shelved its 11-year old collaborative Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) programme with Russia following enduring differences over its developmental cost and technological capabilities….

Can India make Fifth Generation fighters All depends on Kaveri engine’s development

India is keen to develop a Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA). Many would say that it is an unrealistic expectation as India took decades to develop first indigenous fighter LCA Tejas which is a single engine, single seat and multi role fighter. And even for…

FGFA Back In The Reckoning

This video shows you that FGFA Back In The Reckoning. Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will be visiting Russia for 5-6 days starting April 3. Talk is swirling about the minister reviving the now up-now down FGFA (fifth generation fighter aircraft) programme with a formal contract…

Could Russia Design a 5th Generation Variant of the Su 35 for India

With the future of India’s HAL fifth-generation fighter aircraft (FGFA), a program to design an Indian next generation fighter based on the Russian Su-57 fifth-generation air superiority platform, currently uncertain, Moscow and New Delhi are reportedly discussing developing a “fifth-generation” version of the Su-35 for…

Talks on 5th generation jet project, contract may be signed soon Russia – YouTube

Even as a project on the development of a Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft (FGFA) between India and Russia remains stuck, a top Russian official said the talks are in the “second stage” and a contract document may be signed soon. In an interview to IANS,…