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|12th January 2010, 12:09||#16|
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Aircraft designs need to be approved by the FAA or in our case the DGCA before they can be registered. And you cant fly without a registration!
Therefore before an aircraft can be sold in the market, the design will have to be prototyped and test flown for a mandated number of hours before it is certified. It can only be sold after certification.
wrt costs: You can pink up a NAL Hansa-3 for 45 lakhs: the only aircraft of its class with lightning protection and full IFR capabilities. On the lowest end of the scale you should get an X-AIR Hanuman for around 13 lakhs.
|12th January 2010, 19:02||#17|
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|13th August 2011, 09:55||#18|
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Re: Mahindra to launch private aircrafts!
Mahindra Aerospace's civilian plane NM5 may fly by Diwali - PTI -
Hope that the Pilot gets a comfortable seating position & the (rear?) suspension is sorted out for a smooth landing.
Cheers to Mahindra for venturing into Aerospace.
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