IAF Rafale Fighter Jets To Arrive At Ambala Air Base Today
The first batch of the Rafale fighter jets that took off from France on July 27 will reach India today.
A piece of good news has come in for the Indian Air Forces (IAF). According to recent news reports, first batch of the much-awaited Rafale fighter jets that took off from France on July 27 will reach India today. The batch is in its final leg of the journey from UAE to India. The fighter jets are expected to land at Ambala Air Station later today. Sources state that the batch comprises five Rafale fighter jets.
The Indian Air Force (IAF) announced this delightful news on Twitter by posting pictures of the fighter jets. The aircraft had to travel for around 7000 km and were flown by the pilots of IAF. If by any chance the weather is unfavourable, arrangements have also been made at Jodhpur Air Base for the fighter jets to land. Section 144 has been imposed in Ambala and security has also been beefed up. Air Force Chief, Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria will be personally there to receive the jets.
Catch the latest news updates only on ZEE5