Indian Air Force aircraft crashes in Odisha

Asia Desk, Staff Reporter, Apon Chowdhury, Dhaka Office: Indian Air Force aircraft crashes in Odisha, An Indian Air Force (IAF) Hawk superior trainer jet crashed Tuesday in Odisha’s Mayurbhanj district near the Jharkhand border.

The trainee pilot helming the aircraft ejected himself properly however obtained a few accidents. The plane had taken off on a ordinary training sortie from Kalaikunda Air Force station in Kharagpur.

An research has been ordered into the twist of destiny.
The incident comes a bit over a month after a Microlight Virus SW-eighty helicopter of the IAF crashed in Assam’s Majuli island, killing pilots Wing Commander J James and Wing Commander D Vats.

In the Assam crash, the pilots tried an emergency touchdown but the aircraft crashed in a sand bar inside the northern a part of the district and went up in flames, Tezpur-based totally definitely defence spokesperson Lt. Col. Harshvardhan Pande cautioned PTI.


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