Indian Navy MiG-29Okay fighter plane crashed in Arabian Sea

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An Indian Navy MiG-29Okay carrier-based multirole fighter plane crashed over the Arabian Sea on 26 November, a number of information retailers reported.

The Indian Navy press launch mentioned {that a} MiG-29Okay fighter jet, which was working within the Arabian Sea, crashed at round 5 p.m. on Thursday.

Based on an replace launched by Inidna officers, one pilot has been rescued, a search operation is on for the second pilot who has been lacking since Thursday night.

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Based on the Indian Navy web site, the MiG 29Okay plane is a state-of-the-art, all-weather, carrier-based, air dominance fighter specifically constructed for the Indian Navy. The plane has a most pace over twice the pace of sound (about 2000 kmph), can pull as much as eight instances the power of gravity, can climb to an altitude of over 65000 ft.

Indian Navy has contracted for the acquisition of 16 MiG 29Okay/KUB carrier-based fighter plane with RAC MiG on 20 Jan 04. Plane deliveries started on Dec 09 and all 16 plane of the Predominant Contract have been delivered and accepted by the Indian Navy. An possibility clause contract for 29 further plane was additionally signed on 08 Mar 2010.



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