Aircraft Carrier Alliance: Will Britain Build India a New Queen Elizabeth-Class Carrier?


Will India’s next aircraft carrier be a British design?

British defense contractor BAE Systems is offering a Queen Elizabeth-class design as a contender for India’s third aircraft carrier, which will be built in India.

“BAE Systems has begun discussions with India regarding the potential for basing development of the second Indigenous Aircraft Carrier (IAC-2) project on the successful Queen Elizabeth Class design,” said a BAE statement.

“The design is adaptable to offer either ski jump or catapult launch and can be modified to meet Indian Navy and local industry requirements.”  Read More

 

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