1 minute readRussian Sukhoi team visits crash site

The team sent by the Russian manufacturers of the Sukhoi-30 MKI aircraft in response to summons by India to help investigate last week’s crash of an Indian Air Force (IAF) aircraft has visited the site of the crash.

The team, which is reported to have some 25 members, is reported to be shuttling between Pune and Jodhpur, which is reported to be closer to the crash site than Jaisalmer, according to unofficial sources in the IAF.

The aircraft crashed on April 30, 70 kilometers southeast of Jaisalmer, with both pilots bailing out, but only one surviving the crash. While the IAF has not grounded the aircraft, sources have informed StratPost that no flights of the aircraft have taken place since the crash.

Saurabh Joshi

Saurabh Joshi

Saurabh is a journalist based in New Delhi, India who has worked in print, television as well as internet news media. Besides defense and strategy, his past assignments have ranged from reporting terror strikes to elections. He has studied journalism and law at the University of Delhi. 


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