Indian Navy’s MiG 29K crashes into the Arabian sea, One rescued, Another pilot missing

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New Delhi : An Indian Navy trainer MiG 29 crashed into the sea on Thursday evening. The MiG-29K crashed while flying over the Arabian Sea, according to the Indian Navy. The search operation was launched as soon as this information was received.

According to the information so far, the rescue team has rescued one pilot and the search for another pilot is still on.

According to the Navy, orders have been given to investigate the incident. This aircraft was being used as a trainer aircraft. A search operation is being conducted to find the second pilot of the aircraft.

The MiG-29 aircraft is a Russian fighter aircraft. Its length is 17.32 m (56 ft 10 in). Its maximum flight weight is 18000 kg. The fuel capacity of this aircraft is 3500 kg.

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