New Delhi: India now has four more Raffles. India is issuing a stern warning to China in the conflict on the Ladakh border. In addition to the five Rafale that is part of the Air Force, four new ones are arriving.
As the second phase of the Rafale flights arrives in India in a few weeks, Indian Air Force representatives arrived in France to assess the progress of the deal. Similar to the first batch, the second batch of Rafale flights will land at Ambala Air Base. India will acquire a total of 36 Rafale aircraft from France. Five of them arrived in India on July 29. India is trying to get three or four Rafale aircraft into the Air Force every two months. If so, it is hoped that by next year the Raffles will be fully part of India.