FTX Paradise Exercise: TUDM aircraft to fly low from today to November 2

The Royal Malaysian Air Force (TUDM) will implement the FTX Paradise Exercise under the 8/2021 series at several air bases in Peninsular Malaysia from today to November 2.

TUDM, in a statement today, informed that its aircraft would conduct low flights during the day and night in several areas involving air spaces gazetted as the locations of the exercise in Peninsular Malaysia for the duration of the exercise.

“The public should not be worried or be fearful if they witness TUDM aircraft flying low during the duration of the exercise,” said the statement.

The exercise is aimed at ensuring the capability and preparedness of TUDM is always at the best level especially in protecting the sovereignty of the national air space, the statement added.

Source: BERNAMA News Agency

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