Three more French-made Rafale fighter aircraft arrived in India on Wednesday and will soon be inducted into the IAF and operationalised. “The IAF pilots brought home the second batch of three Rafale aircraft today after flying non-stop from France,” Defence Minister Rajnath Singh said. The three Rafale jets landed in Jamnagar, Gujarat after flying non-stop from France.The IAF announced that the fighter jets arrived in India at 8.14 pm. “Second batch of IAF #Rafale aircraft arrived in India at 8:14 pm on 04 Nov 20 after flying non-stop from France,” tweeted the IAF.Defence Minister Rajnath Singh congratulated the IAF for successfully accomplishing a highly complex mission in a professional and safe manner, as per the office of the Defence Minister. The first batch of five jets had arrived in India on July 29. That time, the jets had refueled midair and made a stopover at Al-Dhafra air base in the United Arab Emirates