new Delhi: On November 4, three new Rafale fighter aircraft will be added to the Indian Air Force. Sources gave this information on Monday. These three new Rafals will reach India in a direct flight from France. The new aircraft will arrive in Jamnagar, Gujarat from Istress in France, and will be accompanied by a mid-air refueling aircraft of the French Air Force during this journey. For this journey, pilots of the Indian Air Force have been trained in a phased manner at the Saint-Dégier airbase in France.
After the arrival of these three new aircraft, India will have a total of 8 Rafals. India had acquired five Rafale aircraft on 29 July. He was included in the ‘Golden Arrows Squadron’ during an event held in Ambala on 10 September. Also read: Two Rafale fighter jets landed on Indian land, landed in Bengaluru, watch video
India has entered into an agreement with France to acquire 36 Rafale aircraft. The total value of this deal is 59 thousand crores.