The crash of the Mirage 2000 in Bengaluru on Friday morning could not have happened at a worse time for the IAF and Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd. (HAL).
The incident has cast a cloud over Aero India 2019, which is due to start on February 20 at Air Force Station Yelahanka. Air safety will be on everyone’s mind when the flying machines hit the skies during the five-day event, which itself has had a couple of blips in the past editions.
Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal B.S. Dhanoa was in the city to chair the annual Training Command Commanders’ Conference. The two-day meet was being held at Headquarters Training Command, Hebbal. Read More