(HAL), Bangalore. The first prototype of light combat aircraft (LCA) rolled out in November 1995 India has not yet entered into civil aircraft industry. Different parts of aircrafts are manufactured at different places due to security reasons. This factory was merged into Aeronautics India Ltd. and some helicopters. Recently a factory was set up at Lucknow for producing equipment for aircraft. The main divisions of the HAL are: (i) A three unit MIG complex comprising the Nasik division where MIG airframe is manufactured, (ii) the Koraput division where the engine for MIG aircraft is manufactured and (iii) the hydrated division where electronic equipment for the MIG is manufactured. India manufactures helicopters also. It was a private company and was taken over by the government in 1942. in 1964 to form Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. Each place specialises in the manufacture of a certain type of aircraft. The first aircraft industry was set up at Bangalore in 1940 under the name of Hindustan Aircraft Ltd. For defence requirement, however, it has developed aircraft industry at Bangalore, Koraput, Nashik, Hyderabad, Kanpur and Lucknow. Among the other major products, mention may be made of Jaguars, Maruti, Gnat Fighter Aircraft, Jet Trainer Aircraft, etc. Transport aircrafts are manufactured at Kanpur.