First tranche of the 5 Rafale Fighter Jets enter the Indian Airspace

Today is a proud day for the Indian Air Force. However, Everyone is waiting for fighter aircraft Rafale very eagerly.

First tranche of the 5 Rafale Fighter Jets enter the Indian Airspace

New Delhi: Today is a proud day for the Indian Air Force. However, Everyone is waiting for fighter aircraft Rafale very eagerly. The landing of the first consignment of Rafale will take place at Ambala’s airbase.

Rafale fighter jets enter in the Indian airspace.

After which the strength of the Air Force is going to increase manifold today. Section 144 has been imposed in four villages adjacent to Ambala airbase. However, preparations are being made not only in Ambala but also in Jodhpur, Rajasthan. Which has been prepared as a backup.

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Rafale fighter jets have taken entry into the Indian air range. Rafale fighter aircraft will land in Ambala’s airbase shortly after taking flight from UAE. The planes will be given a water salute in Ambala. Five Rafale fighter jets have been delivered to India by France, this is the first batch of 36 aircraft delivered.

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