IAF AN 32 PLANE
Navy joins search operation for missing AN-32 aircraft
The Russian-origin transport aircraft, with 13 people on board, went missing Monday afternoon around 33 minutes after taking off from Jorhat in Assam for Menchuka near the border with China.
IAF Mirage 2000: The plane that pounded Jaish targets across LoC
India pounded multiple terror camps across LoC. Leading this offensive were ...
IAF chief's squadron to be first Rafale combat aircraft unit
"The first unit to receive the Rafale combat aircraft would be the 17 Squadron w...
IAF intercepts Georgian aircraft coming from Pakistan
The An-12 aircraft of Georgia, after getting airborne for Delhi from Karachi, deviated from its scheduled flight path and entered Indian air space from an unscheduled point in North Gujarat.
IAF aircraft overshoots runway at Mumbai airport
Due to the incident, aircraft movement was diverted to the secondary runway.
Indian Air Force's Mirage 2000 crashes in Bengaluru, pilots dead
The IAF statement states that the Mirage 2000 trainer aircraft was on an acceptance sortie after upgrade by HAL and an investigation into the cause of accident is being ordered.
Defence Minister to induct Apache attack choppers at Pathankot Air Base
The AH-64E helicopters, the latest variants of the Apache, were delivered from the US.
IAF's AN-32 transport aircraft lands in strategically important Pakyong airfield in Sikkim
The military aircraft landed at the airport, located around 60 km from the India-China border, on Wednesday.
IAF beyond Balakot: Time to rise above political differences
Using air power every time a mini Pulwama happens would be a tough call to take, and while IAF has the capability to do it repeatedly, the military, economic and diplomatic costs would weigh in heavy.
Indian Air Force to expand use of blended biojet fuel
Even the Republic Day flypast on January 26 will consist of the IAF flying a formation of three AN-32s with the lead aircraft using blended biojet fuel.
Use of bio-fuel in military aircraft cleared; IAF to start with transport aircraft
An IAF official said the approval will enable the force to fulfil its commitment to fly the maiden IAF An-32 aircraft on January 26 with a blend of bio-jet fuel.
IAF air strikes in PoK: Got scared of sound of planes in the morning, says Poonch residents
After the news of Indian Air Force (IAF) striking terror launch pads of Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK) came out a...
Pakistan F-16 pilots fired 4-5 AMRAAMs at Indian planes from 40-50 km
Indian troops on the ground are carrying out an extensive search of probable areas where the debris of the AMRAAMs could have fallen
IAF chief Dhanoa flies solo sorties in MiG-21 jet on visit to Sulur
Air Chief Marshal Dhanoa commanded the 17 squadron during Kargil war which had MiG-21s.
Balakot air strike: Pakistan still wary about safety of its F-16 assets
Sources said the Pakistan Air Force has been at forward locations all along the Line of Control (LoC) and the International Border (IB) after Balakot strikes and its failure to counter India.
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