MiG-21 : The Widow Maker by National Institute of Design, Bengaluru

During the February 2019 skirmish between India and Pakistan, an Indian Mig-21 flown was shot down in a dogfight with Pakistani Air Force. This led to media scrutiny as to why the Indian Air Force was still flying a 6-decade aging fleet which was touted as "the widow maker" for frequent crashes.

Using publicly available data, the data vizualization explores historical crashes, relevant models and the technology age.

The entrant has supplied an additonal file for this project: [1]