A Belgian F-16 fighter crashed into a building at a Dutch air force base, two people were injured. This is stated in a message published on Thursday, July 1, in Twitter of the Belgian Air Force.
It is noted that the incident occurred at Leuwarden airbase, which is located in the north of the country.
“This morning when launching an F-16 crashed into a building that was across the street. Two people were injured. The pilot managed to get to safety. There was no fire or explosion,” the airbase noted on Twitter.
Earlier, on June 9, a Bulgarian Air Force fighter plane crashed in the Black Sea. It was noted that the crash happened while the MiG-29 fighter was performing a training mission within the framework of exercises “Shabla 21.
On May 21, the plane of Nigerian Air Force crashed near the international airport of Kaduna city in the country’s state of the same name. As a result of the accident, Ibrahim Attairu, Chief of Staff of the Nigerian Army, was killed, along with ten other officers, including the crew of the aircraft. The preliminary cause of the crash was said to be bad weather conditions.