Why Rafale jet is so special | complete information about Rafale jets. The Cold War between China and India has been taking place for months. India bought the Rafale fighter jet from Dassault Aviation in France to strengthen its air force, according to an agreement made in 2016 which is nearly Rs 60,000 crore for 36 Rafale jets.
But why did India bring Rafale jets into the Air Force? /And what are the features of the Raphael jet?
Why India did brought Rafael Jets? and Why Rafael jets are more important than other air jets? If India goes to war with China, it will be by air and by waterway only because the geographical climate will not suit for China and India.
China having powerful Russian MIG 29 and 35 where Pakistan having American F16 jet planes. But India has low capacity fighter jets MIG, MIRAJ, JAGUAR, SUKHOY, and TEJAS these jets are using old technology and are facing a problem while doing a war. India has taken a step towards overcoming this problem.
India bought the Rafale fighter jet from Dassault Aviation in France to strengthen its air force, according to an agreement made in 2016 with Rs 60,000 crore for 36 Rafale jets.
Types of Rafale fighter jets
There are 3 types of Rafale fighter jets RAFALE B, RAFALE C, RAFALE M. Rafale jet fighters with advanced turbojet engines and missiles technology, these Rafales speed up to 2000 km/hr which was faster than sound speed.
It has the capability to carry bombs. Rafale is in delta-shaped so that rafale flips are easy to navigate.Also Read:-Indian digital strike over 275 Chinese mobile applications.
|4.||Empty-Weight||10 t (22,000 lbs) class|
|5.||Max. take-off weight||24.5 t (54,000 lbs)|
4.7 t (10,300 lbs)
|7.||Fuel(External)||up to 6.7 t (14,700 lbs)|
|8.||Service ceiling||50,000 ft|
The Rafale Fighter is equipped with an advanced technology helmet to the pilot. this helmet used to monitor pilot health if pilot health is serious it will automatically monitor the Rafale and take back to the army shelters.This Rafale Jet Fighters helps Indian to strengthening their army.