IAF’s MiG-27 aircraft crashed in Jodhpur Rajasthan 2019 while on a scheduled mission around 11:45 AM on 31st March 2019 due to engine malfunction. Read the whole article to know the full details of the crash.
Another tragic accident happened on Sunday 31st March when an IAF’s MiG-27 aircraft crashed in Jodhpur Rajasthan 2019 due to some technical problems which occurred in the engine. The best news is that the pilot is safe as he ejected out successfully out of the aircraft at the perfect time with a few minor cuts and bruises. The aircraft crash landed somewhere near Jodhpur away from the population hence there was no loss of life or property on the ground by the aircraft.
1.The officials said that the MiG-27 aircraft was facing technical difficulties in its engine when it took off from the Utarlai Air Force base, hence forced the aircraft to crash land.
2. From the preliminary reports, it is said that the pilot was safe as well as there was no loss in property or life from the aircraft.
Watch the video posted by India TV officials which gives a full report of the IAF’s MiG-27 aircraft crashed in Jodhpur Rajasthan 2019
It was around 11:45 AM on Sunday 31st March 2019, when the IAF’s MiG-27 aircraft crashed in Jodhpur Rajasthan 2019 was on a scheduled routine mission. The UPG aircraft took off from Utarlai Air Force Base. The aircraft was in Sirohi District which is about 120 kilometers away from Jodhpur Rajasthan when the engine of the aircraft started malfunctioning, hence forced the pilot to eject and crash the aircraft on a deserted land away from the population. It was the bravery and instinct of the pilot of the malfunctioning aircraft to direct the plane to an area where there was no population or civilian property in a matter of seconds. The pilot was absolutely safe in the process but
A detailed inquiry has been set for the IAF’s MiG-27 aircraft crashed in Jodhpur Rajasthan 2019to get the actual details for the reason of the crash and why the engine started malfunctioning which will soon be disclosed by the IAF officials as soon as the inquiry is completed. It is indeed quite a relief just to think that there was no loss of life or property added by the officials. Hence it is safe to say that India does have one of the best pilots who are not only skilled but also responsible as there would be a huge massacre if the aircraft crashed somewhere in the populated areas of the city.