Indian Air force's MiG-21 fighter aircraft crashed on routine operational training
The aircraft wreckage fell on a house in Bahlol Nagar in Hanumangarh District, unfortunately leading to the loss of three lives.
Image from the ground: A MiG-21 fighter aircraft of the Indian Air Force (IAF) crashed
New Delhi: A MiG-21 fighter aircraft of the Indian Air Force (IAF) crashed today morning at about 9:45 am. said a release by the Ministry of Defence. The aircraft had got airborne for a routine operational training sortie from the Air Force Station at Suratgarh. Soon thereafter, the pilot experienced an onboard emergency, following which he attempted to recover the aircraft as per existing procedures.
Having failed to do so, he initiated an ejection, sustaining minor injuries in the process. The pilot was recovered from about 25 kilometres North East of Suratgarh base.
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The aircraft wreckage fell on a house in Bahlol Nagar in Hanumangarh District, unfortunately leading to the loss of three lives. The IAF regrets the loss of lives and offers its deepest condolences to the bereaved families. A Court of Inquiry has been constituted to ascertain the cause of the accident.Read Also : Aviation Ministry's initiatives for workforce expansion in DGCA, AERA and AAI
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