Hindustan Jet Trainer-36 (IJT):
- Developed by HAL for Indian Air Force.
- HJT-36 (IJT) will replace the HJT-16 Kiran in its role of as a trainer (stage 2) in the Indian Air Force.
- It has a conventional jet trainer design, with a low swept wing staggered cockpits and small air intakes on either side of its fuselage.
- The project began in 1999, with the first prototype flying on March 7th 2003.
- Initial prototypes have flown with the SNECMA LARZAC engine, while the production models will fly with the more powerful Saturn AL-551 engine with about 16.9 KN of thrust.
- Power Plant: 1 x SNECMA LARZAC 04-20, 14 1 KN (3170 lbf) thrust.
- Crew: 2, student and instructor
- Length: 11 m
- Wing Span: 10 m
- Height: 4.40 m
- Empty Weight: 3500 Kgs
- Max takeoff weight: 4500 Kgs
- Max drive Speed: 750 Kmph
- Max Load factor: +7/-2.5g
- Max Speed: 825 Kmph
- Service ceiling: 9000 m
- Endurance: 3 hrs
- Thrust to weight: 5.59
Light Combat Aircraft:
- Designed and developed by Aeronautical Development Agency (ADA) with the active participation of HAL.
- Single seat, single engine, light weight, all weather, multirole, tactical fighter. LCA is a tailless configuration with a compound delta plan form. Apart from extensive use of composites to reduce the weight of LCA structure significantly, a number of advanced technologies in the area of flight controls and avionics are employed.
- First flight: 4th January 2001
- Power Plant: One GE F2 J3 with a thrust of 8300 kg. To be replaced by indigenous Kaveri engine.
- Length: 13.2 m
- Span: 8.2 m
- Height: 4.125 m
- Max all-up weight: 13500 kgs
- Fuel capacity: 5297 liters
- Max Speed: Supersonic at all altitudes
- Rate of climb: 200 m/s
- Takeoff distance: 960 m
- Service ceiling: >15 Km
- Endurance: 2.33 hrs