Nine South Korea fighter jets make unplanned stop at Kolkata airport

India: Nine Black Eagle jets landed at Kolkata airport one after the other on Tuesday, August 9. Supersonic sounds tore through the sky as the jets made their landing.

The fighter jets made a landing at Kolkata’s New Town for refuelling and for crew rest.

Kolkata Airport Authority tweeted on Wednesday, “Jet, set, rest! After participating in one of the largest aerospace exhibition held in Europe, these 9 striking Korean airforce ferry flights (Aircraft type: T50B) returned from the Airshow in UK and landed at #KolkataAirport for refueling and crew rest on 9th August 2022.”

The Korean fighter jets (T50B) returned from an airshow – Europe’s largest aerospace exhibition – in Britain.

These airplanes are used for training purposes and are mainly used by those who are training to fly.