Dhoni, Sachin to miss flying

More than a year after Sachin Tendulkar and Mahendra Singh Dhoni did not avail the offer to fly in its frontline Su-30MKI combat aircraft, the Indian Air Force on Monday suggested that they would not be able to fly in any of their fighter jets in near future as the service was “very busy”.

The  IAF Chief Air Chief Marshal NAK Browne was asked if the Government has decided against granting any honorary commission to celebrities after its experience with Tendulkar and Dhoni, who were not attending any of their functions.

Browne’s predecessor ACM PV Naik had offered both Dhoni and Tendulkar a sortie in its best aircraft Su-30MKI from the Pune air base but the two have not yet been able to find time to avail the offer due to some reasons.

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