New Delhi, September 28: A trainee aircraft of Indian Air Force crashed in Keesara village near Medchal district in Hyderabad on Thursday.

According to the reports of CNN-News 18, three people, including the pilot who were inside the flight are safe.

The reason behind the incident is yet to be known.

More details awaited.

Earlier on July 6, a MiG-23 trainer aircraft of the Indian Air Force crashed in Rajasthan’s Jodhpur district, with both the pilots ejecting safely. The incident took place in Balesar area.

On July 4, in Arunachal Pradesh, an Air Force plane Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) involved in flood rescue, went missing in a deep ravine. In May, Sukhoi-30 fighter jet crashed near the Assam-Arunachal Pradesh border leaving two pilots dead.