Wednesday, July 29, 2020

Five Rafale jets land in India: All you need to know

New Delhi: The new five Rafale fighters arrived in India on Wednesday and touched-down at the Ambala air base in Haryana after covering a journey of 7,000-km from France. The journey included a mid-air refueling and an overnight pit stop in the UAE. The three single-seat and two twin-seat omni-role fighters, flown by seven IAF pilots of the 17 "Golden Arrows" squadron were led by commanding officer Group Captain Harkirat Singh.
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