The batch will cover a distance of 7,000 km and reach India on Wednesday, July 29
The Raphael warplane landed in the UAE to rest the pilot
India will get 5 Rafale warplanes on Wednesday. Currently, Raphael is on the way. Air-to-air refueling was also carried out in the fighter plane on Tuesday. The Indian Air Force also thanked the French Air Force for its cooperation. This information has been given by the news agency from the Indian Air Force.
Raphael left France on Monday
The first batch of 5 Rafale fighter jets left Marinec Airbase in France on Monday. The plane landed in the UAE for the pilot to rest. The batch of 5 aircraft will cover a distance of 7,000 km and reach India on Wednesday, July 29. The involvement of multi-role fighter jets will greatly increase the strength of the Indian Air Force.
That will be held in Ambala
All five Raphael will be laid to rest in Ambala. The deployment of this warplane here would enable rapid action against Pakistan on the western border. Interestingly, Ambala Airbase is also 200 km away from the Chinese border. When Mirage 2000 came to India, it stopped at many places, but Raphael will make a single stop and land directly at Ambala Airbase.