The strength of the Indian Air Force is going to increase:First batch of 5 Rafael Fighter departs from France; Will cover a distance of 7 thousand km, refilling will take place in the air, only stop in UAE
Last batch expected in December 2021, six training aircraft will also arrive
India had signed 36 Rafale fighter jets with France for 58 thousand crores in 2016.
The strength of the Indian Air Force is about to increase. The first batch of 5 Rafale fighter aircraft has departed from France’s Marinat airbase. After reaching a distance of 7 thousand km, it will reach India on Wednesday. Will only stay in UAE for refilling. The inclusion of these multi-role fighter jets will increase the strength of the Indian Air Force by leaps and bounds.
In view of tensions with China, Rafale fight jets are expected to be deployed in Ladakh. Delivery of Rafale aircraft is delayed due to Corona epidemic. Its last batch is expected to be received in December 2021.
is also equipped with missiles like Meteor and Scalp. Rafael Fighter is also equipped with missiles like jets Meteor and Scalp. The Meteor is also a state-of-the-art missile to hit its target beyond the visual range. He is known in the world for his specialty. The range of Meteor is 150 km. Scalp can hit targets in deep range. Scalp can destroy its target by aiming accurately at about 300 kilometers.
India had signed 36 Rafale fighter jets with France in 2016 for 58 thousand crores. Out of 36, 30 will be fighter jets and 6 will be training aircraft. Trainer jets will be two-seater and will also have all the features like fighter jets.