Two pilots were aboard an Indian Air Force plane when it crashed in the Chamarajnagar district of the Indian state of Karnataka.
According to Indian media, the Indian Air Force aircraft ‘Kiran’ took off from the Suratgarh air base on a routine training flight.
The plane was being flown by a trainee pilot, who was accompanied by a senior instructor pilot. Due to the plane’s failure during the flight, the two pilots jumped out of the plane using a parachute.
An investigation committee has been formed to look into the incident. An Indian Air Force MiG-21 fighter jet crashed on May 8 at a jhagi in Hanumangarh, Rajasthan.