INS Vikrant IAC-1 (2022) fitting out LOA 860′ / 262.1 m TDISP 40,000 tons (length sees to be close to 875′ / 266.7 m) . Protracted development, with the carrier under construction since 2013.
Kiev Class (heavily modified) LOA 930′ / 283.5 m TDISP 45,400 tons (1 active)
INS Vikramaditya (2013 ex-Russian Admiral Gorshkov) see Russian listing for pre-conversion views. Converted from an aircraft cruiser to a full carrier.
Centaur class light fleet carrier LOA 744′ / 226.8 m TDISP 28,000 tons
INS Viraat R-22 (1987-2017) (ex-HMS Hermes – Veteran of Falklands War) (1959-1984 in British service). Despite considerable efforts to have this ship preserved, it was scrapped during 2021. See our post for more detail about the British and Indian career of this long-service, important carrier.
Majestic class light fleet carrier LOA 700′ / 213.4 m TDISP 19,500 tons
INS Vikrant R-11 (1961 – 1997). Originally British carrier, planned to be HMS Hercules, left incomplete 1945 – 1957, when the vessel was sold to India and completed with numerous updates, including an angled flight deck. Museum ship 1997-2010, then scrapped 2015. See our post on the end of this historic carrier.