First Tejas squadron to come up by July; IAF chief flies in the indigenous jet

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It was a routine sortie of the Tejas light combat aircraft, which has so far clocked well over 3,050 flight tests since its first prototype took to the skies in January 2001. But the message was significant: India’s first home-grown fighter has finally come of age after a meandering developmental saga of 33 years.

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