According to latest media reports, India’s upcoming twin-engine Medium-Class Omnirole Combat aircraft fighter jet will be ready for first flight in 2026, and it will enter production in 2030. The ORCA will feature divert a supersonic inlet like f 35 and G 20, and it will also carry a canard configuration to benefit to the supersonic delta-wing design of the aircraft. The ORCA will have 13 hardpoints, which is five more than the Tejas Mark1A, and the use of dual pylons is also very likely. The QRCA will also feature conformal fuel tanks to reduce the aerodynamic penalty and will improve radar cross-section. It will also free up additional hardpoints as there will be no external fuel tanks.
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