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Navy’s trainee aircraft MiG-29K dropped into Arabian Sea; One pilot safe, search for another continues | Navy’s trainee aircraft MiG-29K dropped into Arabian Sea; One pilot safe, search for another continues

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Indian Navy’s Trainee aircraft MiG-29K crashed at 5 pm on Thursday evening and fell into the Arabian Sea. Its information came out on Friday morning. A pilot has been found and is safe. The search for another continues. Orders have been ordered to investigate the incident.

MiG-29 aircraft carriers operate from Vikramaditya. Recently took part in MiG planes in joint exercises of India, US, Japan and Australia in Malabar.

This is the third MiG-29K crash this year. The Navy’s MiG crashed during a routine sortie (practice flight) in Goa in February. The pilot then took himself out of the aircraft safely.

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