AMCA Project / Air Force will soon get fifth generation fighter aircraft, government approves AMCA project

Zoom News : Mar 08, 2024, 12:15 PM
AMCA Project: Considering the threat from China on one hand and Pakistan on the other, the Indian Air Force wants to be fully prepared. India has many state-of-the-art aircraft like Rafale, Sukhoi which can easily defeat the enemies. However, fifth generation fighter aircraft is one thing where India lags far behind China. Therefore, the Air Force has been expressing its desire to include fifth generation fighter aircraft in its fleet for a long time. In such a situation, the good news is that the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCAS) has approved India's indigenous fifth generation aircraft AMCA project.

What is the whole matter?

People familiar with the matter have informed that the Cabinet Committee on Security (CCAS) has approved the proposal to indigenously design and develop the fifth generation Advanced Medium Combat Aircraft (AMCA) required for future requirement. Let us tell you that this proposal was pending with the committee for a long time.

AMCA approval is a big step

According to experts associated with defense matters, the approval to proceed with the AMCA project is a very important step. Let us tell you that to increase the capability of the Indian Air Force, work is being done on an ambitious project to develop medium weight combat aircraft AMCA with modern stealth features.

15000 crore initial cost

According to the information received so far, the initial cost of the project to make indigenous fifth generation fighter aircraft for the Indian Air Force is estimated to be around Rs 15,000 crore. Let us tell you that America, Russia and China are already operating aircraft of this level. At the same time, recently Turkey has also tested such an aircraft.