Aircraft P8I equipped with special radars, sensors airborne to search IAF AN-32

The Indian Navy on Friday pressed its Long Range Maritime Reconnaissance aircraft P8I in the ongoing search operation for the AN-32 aircraft which went missing on June 3 in Arunachal Pradesh. The aircraft P8I is airborne from INS Rajali, Arakonam, Tamil Nadu on Friday morning.

It is equipped with special radars and sensors which will help locate the missing plane during the search operation, informed the Indian Navy.

“Long Range Maritime Reconnaissance aircraft P8I airborne from INS Rajali, Arakonam, Tamil Nadu for the ongoing search operations for missing AN-32. It will carry out a search using its special radars and sensors for locating the plane,” informed Indian Navy.

The search operations for the plane, which went missing over Arunachal Pradesh, entered the fifth day on Friday. Read More

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