Indian defense ministry aircraft designers have frozen the configuration of a proposed medium-weight Indian fighter that they expect to fly early in the 2020s. General Electric is the preferred supplier of propulsion for the twin-engine stealththy Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA), but the defense ministry organization that is handling the project, the Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA), has opened negotiations with other suppliers. Although an ADA official who is closely associated ...

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