Rafale In India: The first batch of 5 Rafale fighter jets coming from France have entered the Indian airspace and can quickly land on the IAF Air Force Station in Ambala. The fighter jet was welcomed by Indian Navy warship INS Kolkata stationed within the Arabian Sea. Shortly after retreating from the United Arab Emirates, the Indian Rafale made contact with the Indian Navy warship INS Kolkata, stationed within the Western Arabian Sea.
INS Kolkata Delta63: Arrow chief (flying #Rafale), welcome to Indian Ocean
Rafale chief: Many thanks. Most reassuring to have an Indian warship guarding seas
INS Kolkata: May you contact the sky with glory. Happy landings
Rafale chief: Wish you honest winds. Happy searching. Over & out https://t.co/WlEyiZTtg5
– ANI (@ANI) July 29, 2020
The 5 fight plane, flown by pilots of the Indian Air Force (IAF), will arrive right here after flying 7,000 km with air-to-air refueling and single stops within the United Arab Emirates. <! –
The plane can be formally inducted into the Indian Air Force in August.
A safety association has been made by the police across the Air Force Station on the request of the Air Force to stop any images and videography of the plane's motion. Apart from this, Section 144 has additionally been put in in about 4 villages of Ambala airbase. India had bought 36 Rafale fighter jets from Dassault Rafale for an estimated Rs 58,000 crore via an settlement signed in 2016.
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