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India’s domestically developed Netra Airborne Early Warning and Control System (AEW&Cs) aircraft are generating export interest from South American countries and Indonesia, according to reports. This indigenous platform developed by the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO) has impressed potential buyers with its capabilities.

The Indian Air Force (IAF) has already inducted three Netra AEW&C MkI aircraft into service. These platforms provide crucial airborne surveillance and command-and-control functions, significantly bolstering India’s aerial defence capabilities.

To further strengthen its air defence network, the IAF is actively pursuing the procurement of six more Netra AEW&C MkIA, an improved variant of the existing MkI. Additionally, plans are underway to acquire six more Netra MkII AEW&Cs based on Airbus A320 platforms, offering enhanced capabilities.

The potential export of Netra AEW&Cs could be a significant milestone for India’s defence industry. Successful negotiations and deliveries would not only provide a strategic advantage to partner nations but also validate India’s growing prowess in developing and exporting advanced military technology.

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