Modi Government To Buy Mirage 2000 Aircraft From France

Mirage-2000 fighter jet, which once formed the backbone of Indian air force (IAF), might get to see more inclusions in the IAF. India is planning to purchase two Mirage-2000 jets from France at throw away price. The two aircraft would be later upgraded to the highest standards by the HAL, according to a reports.

Seeking to bolster its Mirage-2000 fighter jet fleet, India is getting two of these at a dirt-cheap price of Rs 16 crore per aircraft from France. The two aircraft would be later upgraded to the highest standards by the HAL.

The French are offering the planes at Euro 2 million per aircraft and the cost of transporting the planes to India would be around Euro one million. So, at Euro five million (approx Rs 40 crore), India will get two aircraft with a life of 3,000 hours left in them, government sources told MyNation.

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