Accord with Russia will improve Su-30 serviceability: HAL chief

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The contracts India signed with Russia for long-term maintenance of the Su-30 MKI fleet increase the serviceability of the frontline fighter jet fleet, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) chief T. Suvarna Raju said on Monday. 

According to sources, the contract is worth $315 million.

“The deal will bolster the after-sales service and reduce the lead time of procurement of spares drastically,” Raju told IANS.

“The agreement will result increase in the serviceability of the Su-30MKI fleet as spares would be available on time,” he said.
On March 17, the HAL signed two contracts with Russians for long-term support for the Su-30 MKI aircraft. Read more

Credits:economictimes.indiatimes.com

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