Punjab: The five Rafale fighter jets will land in India on Wednesday (Today). The jets will be formally inducted into the Indian Air Force in Ambala, Haryana, where Chief of Air Staff RKS Bhadauria will receive the fighter aircraft.
Security has been tightened near the Ambala airbase, located around 200 km from the border with Pakistan.
There are also restrictions on people gathering on rooftops and any filming or photography during the landing.
The jets made a stopover in Al Dhafra in the UAE.
These five jets took off from the Merignac airbase in Bordeaux in South France on Monday. Visuals posted by the Air Force on Tuesday showed the jets refuelling from a French tanker at a height of 30,000 feet.