First five Rafale Jets will land at Ambala Airbase today

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Jul 29 2020 • 44 seconds

The first five of a batch of French Rafale jets will land at Haryana's Ambala. This afternoon after flying a distance of nearly 7,000 km to join the Indian Air Force fleet. Chief of Air Staff RKS Bhadauria will be at the front in Ambala airbase to acquire the Rafale jets. India's first major accession of fighter jets in over two decades. Security and safety has been tightened near the Ambala airbase, located around 200 km from the border with Pakistan.

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