IAF Rafale jets get mid-air refueling at 30,000 feet; check pics

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The first batch of India Air Force’s (IAF) five Rafale jets that landed safely in Al Dhafra airbase (United Arab Emirates) on July 27, 2020, after a sortie in excess of 7 hours were clicked getting mid-air refueling at almost 30,000 feet.

The IAF Rafales will fly out for India on the morning of July 29 and will reach Ambala Air Force Station in the afternoon.

The first batch of Rafale aircraft that flew out from the airbase in the French port city of Bordeaux on July 27 was part of the New Delhi-Paris Rs 59,000-crore deal that will provide IAF with 36 multi-role fighter aircraft.

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