Rafale in Ambala, India LIVE updates: Three Rafale fighter jets are single-seater and two are twin-seater. These beasts were flown by IAF pilots for seven hours with the assistance of the mid-air refuellers.
Rafale Live Updates Fighter Jet Indian Air Force Ambala Airbase France UAE
Rafale fighter jets in India LIVE: After flying for around 7,000 km, the beasts, Rafale, will land at the Ambala Air Force Base today. At Ambala, they're going to be received by the Air Chief Marshal RKS Bhadauria. Five French-made fighter jets, which are considered as game-changer for Indian Air Force are going to be inducted within the No. 17 Squadron, ‘Golden Arrows’. These fighter jets took faraway from Merignac airbase within the French port city of Bordeaux and covered around thousands of miles before arriving at the Ambala Air Force Base. Meanwhile, the Ambala Cantt area has been declared as a ‘no-drone area’ because it may be a sensitive zone. Also, no photography allowed within the area, and If anyone violates these orders, action are going to be taken against them, warned DSP Ambala Cantt Ram Kumar. Sector 144 CrPC has been enforced in 4 villages closer to Ambala airbase and gathering of individuals on roofs and photography during landing has been strictly prohibited.
Three Rafale fighter jets are single-seater and two are twin-seater. These beasts were flown by IAF pilots for seven hours with the assistance of the mid-air refuellers. It had a quick visit Al Dhafra airbase within the United Arab Emirates. Though the space between India and UAE isn't big, the fighter jets had to take care of a particular speed to stay up with the refuellers.