Three more Rafale jets aircraft handed over to India

The Indian government said that three Rafale jets have been delivered to the Indian Air Force and are being used to train air force pilots and technicians in France. In September 2016, India and France signed an agreement for Euro 7.87 billion or about Rs 59,000 crore for 36 Rafale aircraft. The first Rafale aircraft was delivered to India on October 8, while the first consignment of four Rafale aircraft would arrive in India by May 2020.

The Indian government said that three Rafale jets have been delivered to the Indian Air Force and are being used to train air force pilots and technicians in France.

Three more Rafale aircraft handed over to India
Three more Rafale aircraft handed over to India

It is worth mentioning that Defense Minister Rajnath Singh had said at the ceremony of handing over the first Rafale fighter aircraft that these fighter aircraft will give further strength to the Indian Air Force. He also flew for about 25 minutes in Rafale. Rajnath Singh worshiped the weapon of the new aircraft just before taking flight in Rafale fighter aircraft and applied Om Tilak on it and offered flowers and a coconut. He was accompanied by senior representatives of the Indian Armed Forces on the occasion.

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