Four Rafales to arrive in India by July-end, India to gain edge over Pakistan, China in air
Friday, 15 May 2020 () "The first four aircraft including three twin-seater trainer aircraft and one single-seater fighter aircraft would start arriving by the end of July at the Ambala airbase. The trainers will have the tail numbers of the RB series in honour of the Air Force Chief RKS Bhadauria who played a pivotal role in finalising India's largest-ever defence deal for 36 Rafale combat aircraft," defence sources told ANI here
An Air India Express special flight landed at Cochin International Airport in Kerala's Kochi. The flight carrying around 181 passengers came from Dubai. Repatriation flight of Air India came on May 16. The stranded Indian nationals across the globe are being brought back to their home country under...
In a major boost to India's firepower in air, first four Rafale fighter aircraft would start arriving in India by July-end this year from France. The delivery of... Mid-Day Also reported by •IndiaTimes