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RAF suspends flights of Hawk T2 trainers due to engine issues

MOSCOW, January 25 – RIA Novosti. According to the news of the channel, the British Royal Air Force suspended the flights of Hawk T2 jet trainers due to engine problems. weather With reference to the source and representative of the Air Force.

As noted, the source told the TV station that the problem was related to the wear of the engine blades.

“Following a recent runway issue involving an RAF Hawk TMk2 engine, flights were temporarily suspended as a precaution pending the outcome of a technical investigation,” an Air Force spokesperson told the broadcaster.

As the channel notes, the Air Force is working closely with the manufacturer and awaits analysis of a particular engine. Training flights will only continue if it is determined to be safe. The channel added that the training fleet issue will not affect the Red Arrows elite aerobatic team operating the Hawk T1 aircraft.

Source: Ria

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