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Old 30th December 2017, 11:47 AM
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Default Re: Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Guest House Delhi hal Hindustan Aeronautics Limited

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) is an Indian state-owned aerospace and defence company based in Bangalore, Karnataka.

It is governed under the management of the Indian Ministry of Defence

As per your request below I am providing you the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Guest House Delhi address and contacts:

Contact:


Hindustan Aeronautics Limited Guest House

Location
P2/581, Asiad VIll, Shahpur Jat, Delhi, Delhi 110049

Phone :
011 - 26494929, 26494930

In-house developed products

Agricultural aircraft
HA-31 Basant
Fighter aircraft
HF-24 Marut Mk1 and Mk1T
Tejas Light Combat Aircraft
Su-30MKI a derivative of the Sukhoi Su-27, co-developed with Sukhoi Corporation[citation needed]
FGFA under joint development with Sukhoi Corporation
AMCA India's indigenous stealth fighter (under development).

Helicopters

HAL Dhruv of the Indian Army
Dhruv Advanced Light Helicopter
Light Combat Helicopter (under trial)
Light Utility Helicopter (under development)
Indian Multi-role Helicopter (under development)
Rudra - Attack helicopter

Engines
GTRE GTX-35VS Kaveri- co-developed with GTRE (DRDO) (under development; developed into following programmes)
PTAE-7- For indegeniously designed Lakshya PTA
GTSU-110 - for starting main engine GE404 or Kaveri of LCA Tejas
HAL/Turbomeca Shakti - co-developed with Turbomeca for HAL Dhruv Helicopter to be used in light utility helicopter
HAL HTFE-25
HAL HTSE-1200 (under development)
Trainer aircraft

Closeup of a HAL Kiran aircraft
HT-2 - First company design to enter production.
HPT-32 Deepak - Basic trainer in service for more than three decades.
HJT-16 Kiran Mk1, Mk1A and Mk2 - Turbojet trainers scheduled to be replaced with IJT like HJT-36 Sitara
HTT-34 - Turboprop version of HPT-32 Deepak
HTT-35 - Proposed replacement for HPT-32 basic trainer in the early 1990s; not pursued
HJT-36 Sitara Intermediate jet trainer (under development) (Inducted as LSP[clarification needed] waiting further orders)
HAL HTT-40 Basic trainer (under development)[32] first prototype flew the first flight on 31 May 2016.
HAL HJT 39 / CAT Advanced jet trainer (proposal)
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