The Indian Air Force will receive the first shipment of Rafale fighter aircraft on July 27 and it is being told that 4 to 6 Rafale aircrafts will reach Ambala airbase. The delivery of Game changer weapons has started and the delivery of Scalp and Meteor missiles has begun. The Golden Arrow Squadron of the Indian Air Force will take over with Rafale aircraft in August. It is being told that Indian pilots are bringing Rafale to India from France.
India will give a befitting answer to every challenge from China
If sources of the government are to be believed, by July India will get Rafale aircrafts, including missile range of up to 150 km and with this, India will give a befitting answer to every challenge from China. Indian Air Force pilots have taken training of these aircraft, in such a way that if they reach India, they will be fully ready to work.
Rafale aircraft will land at UAE’s Al Dafra airbase after taking flight
One stop is being used to bring Rafale planes to India, that is, Rafale aircrafts will land at UAE’s Al Dafra airbase after taking flight. Here, after all the technical checkups and fuel, the Rafale aircraft will fly directly to India and will come directly to Ambala airbase.
Second squadron will be stationed at Hasimara in West Bengal
Delivery of all 36 Rafale aircrafts will be done in 2022 and the first squadron of the Rafale aircraft will be stationed at Ambala, while the second squadron will be stationed at Hasimara in West Bengal. It was believed that due to corona crisis, delivery of Rafale planes would be delayed, but France had decided to deliver on time.
In this regard, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh spoke to French Defense Minister Florence Parle on 2 June. During this time, France was assured that the delivery of Rafale fighter aircraft to India will be on time, the Corona catastrophe will not affect it.