MIG 29K Aircraft Crashed in the Arabian Sea, One Pilot Found, Search Operation for Another Continues

A MiG-29K trainer aircraft has crashed into the Arabian Sea at around 5 ‘o’clock on 26 November 2020. One pilot has been found while search operation for others is still continued through the surface and sky. An inquiry has been ordered to find the cause of the incident. This information is given by the Indian Navy.

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According to naval officials, on Thursday evening, at around five o’clock in the Arabian Sea, the MiG-29 trainer aircraft crashed while flying over the sea. One pilot has been found while the other is still missing. The Navy has deployed surveillance aircraft and ships to locate the missing pilot. A high-level inquiry has been ordered to probe into the incident.

The Indian Navy said the search operation is still going on to locate Commander Nishant Singh. They were on board the MiG-29K that crashed on Thursday evening.

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