From a message from Indian sources:
Tests Astra BVRAAM recognized successful. Now this missile will be put into service with the Indian Air Force.
The final tests of "Astra" were carried out from 16 to 19 on September in the state of Odish. A total of five launches were made at the Chandipur training ground. Su-30MKI used Astra BVRAAM to strike a target in the form of a missile without a warhead with telemetry tracking equipment. This target was successfully destroyed from a distance of 100 km.
According to recent data, the range of the Indian "Astra" is about 110 km. Its guidance is carried out through a radio channel.
During the tests, the high accuracy of hitting targets was assessed, as noted by Indian media with reference to the Su-30MKI pilots participating in weapons tests.
Sathish Reddy, Chairman of the DRDO (Indian Defense Research Agency), noted that the Astra rocket has a high modernization potential. According to him, on the basis of these missiles, promising air-to-air weapons for Indian Air Force planes can also be created.
Recall that the Su-30MKI in India is also used as a carrier for BrahMos rockets. The first flight of the fighter with BrahMos was carried out in India in 2016.