Air Force stopped the flight of MiG-21 fighter, this decision was taken after the crash in Rajasthan

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ME 21: The Indian Air Force has grounded the entire fleet of fighter aircraft MiG-21. This decision has been taken after the MiG-21 fighter jet crashed in Hanumangarh, Rajasthan on May 8. This ban will remain in place till the investigation of this accident is completed.

three women died

Airforce officials have said that the reasons for the Rajasthan accident are being ascertained. As a precaution, till then the MiG 21 aircraft will not be able to fly. According to the information, MiG-21 crashed in Rajasthan. Three women had died in this horrific accident.

First supersonic fighter aircraft to fly at the fastest speed

The MiG-21 made in the 60s was the first supersonic fighter aircraft to fly at the fastest speed of its time. It has been used by about 60 countries around the world. At present, there are a total of 31 combat aircraft squadrons in the Airforce fleet. According to the information, at present there are 3 squadrons of MiG-21 in the Air Force. They are planned to be gradually retired by early 2025.

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