Eurofighter Typhoon. File photoMOSCOW, Aug 5The UK is facing challenges in training fighter pilots, Sky News reported, citing documents. aviation, the need for more instructors and the flow of foreigners for training. As noted by the media, Royal Air Force recruits spend months, and sometimes years, doing flight simulators instead of combat aircraft. At the end of July, the British Air Force suspended non-essential fighter flights Typhoon. This decision was made after it became known about the “technical problem that may affect the safe operation of the ejection seats” of the fighters. It is noted that the Red Arrows aerobatic team of the British Air Force was also affected.
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