Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) is all set to storm the 6th edition of Aero India 2007, with renewed focus on R&D, combat and trainer aircraft, upgrade programmes, diversification and engineering services. Team HAL will also be cementing new partnerships with some of the key aviation giants.
At the show, HAL will roll out from its hangars the Dhruv, IJT and LCA. The Company will also exhibit its advancements in machining, composites and state-of-the-art technological capabilities in aviation and aerospace.
HAL is also set to interact with aviation majors including Boeing, Airbus, GE, Safran, Martin Baker, Elbit, Pratt & Whitney, Dassault, Eurocopter, Honeywell, Bell, EADS, BAe Systems, IAI, GAE, SAAB, Alenia, RUAG, Lockheed Martin, Irkut, Sukhoi Design Bureau, Rosoboronexport, RAC-MiG and NPO Saturn.
HAL is also set to have fruitful discussions with potential customers and interact with some decision-makers for future co-operation and enhancement of exports.
A wide range of products, including the Dhruv, will be on display at the show for customer demonstration. HAL’s top brass have scheduled talks with a few Air Chiefs from abroad, set to land at Yelahanka for the show.
06/02/07 Rotorhub (press release), UK

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