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Title:Airshow Paris 2019 Le Bourget 2019 incredible The PAC JF 17 Thunder in flight from take off to land

F 17 J 17 Thunder Aerial Display At Paris Air Show 2019. The Paris Air Show is the largest air show and aerospace-industry exhibition event in the world, measured by the number of exhibitors and size of exhibit space. In second place is UK's Farnborough, followed by Dubai Air Show or Singapore Airshow. JF-17 Thunder FC-1 Xiaolong Pakistan JF-17 (modified).jpg A JF-17 of the Pakistan Air Force Role Multirole combat aircraft National origin China / Pakistan Manufacturer Chengdu Aircraft Industry Group/Pakistan Aeronautical Complex First flight 25 August 2003 Introduction 12 March 2007 Status In service Primary users Pakistan Air Force Myanmar Air Force Produced In China: June 2007 – present In Pakistan: January 2008 – present Number built 100+[1] Program cost US$500 million Unit cost Block 1: US$~25 million[2] Block 2: US$ ~28 million[citation needed] Block 3: US$ ~32 million (planned)[2] The PAC JF-17 Thunder (Urdu: جے ایف-١٧ گرج‎), or CAC FC-1 Xiaolong (pinyin: Xiāo Lóng; literally: 'Fierce Dragon'), is a lightweight, single-engine, multi-role combat aircraft developed jointly by the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) and the Chengdu Aircraft Corporation (CAC) of China. The JF-17 can be used for aerial reconnaissance, ground attack and aircraft interception. Its designation "JF-17" by Pakistan is short for "Joint Fighter-17", while the designation and name "FC-1 Xiaolong" by China means "Fighter China-1 Fierce Dragon". The JF-17 can deploy diverse ordnance, including air-to-air and air-to-surface missiles, and a 23 mm GSh-23-2 twin-barrel autocannon. Powered by a Guizhou WS-13 or Klimov RD-93 afterburning turbofan, it has a top speed of Mach 1.8.[3] The JF-17 is to become the backbone of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF), complementing the General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon at half the cost.[4] The PAF inducted its first JF-17 squadron in February 2010.[5][6] In 2015 Pakistan produced 16 JF-17s.[6] As of 2016, Pakistan is believed to have the capacity to produce 25 JF-17 per year. 58% of the airframe is Pakistani and 42% Chinese/Russian-origin.[7] As of December 2016 Pakistan Aeronautical Complex has manufactured 70 jets in the country for use by the Pakistan Air Force of the Block 1 type,[8][9] and 33 jets of the Block 2 type.[10] The Pakistan Air Force plans, by 2017, to induct a twin-seater version known as the JF-17B for both enhanced operational capability and training.[11][12] Preparations for a more advanced and technologically sophisticated block III version of the aircraft are underway and the AESA radar, KJ-7A, has been developed, which can track 15 targets and engage 4 targets simultaneously.[13] Since its induction in 2011, the JF-17 Thunder has accumulated 19,000 hours of operational flight.[14] The JF-17 has seen active military service as it is used by the Pakistan Air Force to bomb militant positions in the War in North-West Pakistan,[15] using both unguided munitions and guided missiles for precision strike capability. #pakistan #airshow #J17


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