The second batch of three Rafale Fighter Jets Arrives in India

The Rafale fighter aircraft covered a distance of over 3700 nautical miles with three in-flight refuellings. The aircraft had taken off from France on Wednesday morning and arrived in India by evening 8:14 pm. The jets are expected to reach Ambala airbase after a day's break at Jamnagar.

The second batch of three Rafale Fighter Jets Arrives in India
Rafale Fighter Jets

The second batch of the Indian Air Force’s three Rafale fighter jets, which reached the Jamnagar airbase in Gujarat from France on Wednesday, are likely to fly to their home base in Ambala on Thursday, officials conversant in developments said.The jets landed in Jamnagar last night without a stopover on the way, with refuelling support from Indian and French tankers.

The Rafale fighter covered a distance of over 3700 nautical miles with three in-flight refuellings. The aircraft had began from France on Wednesday morning and arrived in India by evening 8:14 pm. The jets are expected to succeed in Ambala airbase after a day's break at Jamnagar.

The arrival of the three jets takes the entire strength of Rafale fighter jets within the Indian Air Force to eight, because the first batch comprising five Rafale aircraft had arrived in India in July 2020. this is able to provide a serious boost to the Indian Air Force's aviation and further enhance the IAF's capacity to require on threats emerging from China, especially along the road of Actual Control in eastern Ladakh.

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