It has been reported that if the Indian Air Force (IAF) were to buy jet fighters, Boeing chairman James McNerney said on Friday that his company will be happy to make its fighter jet F/A-18 Super Hornet in India. He met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday and believes this to be the best government he has seen in India in 35 years.
With a great willingness, he wants Boeing, the defense and aerospace giant that earned $91 billion in revenues last year, to play a part in taking Indian manufacturing to global standards.The IAF has a depleted fleet and is looking for a twin-engine fighter aircraft as well as a single-engine one. The F/A-18 is a twin-engine, supersonic, multi-role and all-weather fighter.
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