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SARAS PT1N, recently seen in news is
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The light transport aircraft SARAS PT1N has successfully completed second test-flight.
The aircraft will soon be certified for both civil and military use. The plane is capable of executing both day and night missions.
It can be used for transporting civilians, freight, and in remote sensing exercises.
It can take off and land from semi-prepared airfields and even on grass runways. The aircraft was designed to operate and manoeuvre at high altitudes and under extreme temperatures.
SARAS PT1N upgraded version of envisioned Saras aircraft programme aircraft.
It weighs 7-tonne and has been designed to travel at 425 km/h. It has maximum continuous flight time of around five hours.
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