The Indian Armed Forces have just received their last batch of ultra-light Pipistrel aircraft ordered in 2015 for the training of their future pilots. Now 194 aircraft are into service in India.
The Indian Armed Forces now have all the Pipistrel aircraft ordered in October 2015 for the training of their future pilots. The last batch of Pipistrel Virus SW 80 was indeed received these days. The whole fleet of 194 aircraft is distributed between 85 localities in India. When ordering, the foundation of a production unit in India was mentioned by the Slovenian manufacturer if a second contract was made by the Indian government. In addition to flight training, the Indian Armed Forces also use Pipistrel as part of the fight against avian risk on their various bases.