I know aviation and its dynamics..selling one aircraft for 300 crs will give a aftersales monopolistic business over 600 cr over the lifespan of that aircraft in the form of spares,servicing s and maintenance support...so current capacity of 2aircraft per month to be manufactured by DRAL and seeing the high demand of small jets due to Covid and change in attitude of rich people and corporate post covid its a smart idea to build capacity to cater to this high margin monopolistic business...and the Falcon jets have a enviable record of flying ...even American corporate operate it.so be patient and buy few more shares if you can and wait till 2022 Dec when the announcement of DRAL manufacturing comes and then people will forget the pain of last three years in reliance infrastructure
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