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ASW chopper deal stuck due to price escalation

A deal for buying multi-role helicopters for the Indian Navy from US firm Sikorsky has not yet been finalised, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar said on Friday, adding this was due to price escalation by the firm.

US Prez Barack Obama's chopper to have India-made cabin

US President Barack Obama will soon fly in a new helicopter whose cabin has been made in India.

American company bags contract for Navy's 16 multi-role choppers

The United States' Sikorsky has bagged the contract for Indian Navy's Rs 6,000-crore proposal for acquisition of 16 multi-role helicopters for its warships, official sources said on Friday.

VVIP choppers: Sikorsky ready to pitch in if Agusta deal scrapped

With government moving towards cancelling AgustaWestland deal for VVIP choppers, US firm Sikorsky said it is ready to provide such helicopters to India if the contract is scrapped.

VVIP choppers: Sikorsky ready to pitch in if Agusta deal scrapped

With government moving towards cancelling AgustaWestland deal for VVIP choppers, US firm Sikorsky said it is ready to provide such helicopters to India if the contract is scrapped.

Sikorsky ready to pitch in if Agusta chopper deal scrapped

With the government moving towards cancelling the AgustaWestland deal for VVIP choppers, its former rival in the tender US firm Sikorsky on Thursday said it is ready to provide such helicopters to India if the contract is scrapped.

Sikorsky aims to corner 30% mkt share in chopper sales

The world's largest chopper-maker Sikorsky Aircraft, which has a joint venture with the Tatas for assembling helicopter cabins, is targeting to corner up to 30 percent market share in India over the next five years.