Zhuhai Air Show: China’s Chengdu J-20 Stealth Fighter Jet Makes Public Debut
China showcased its much awaited Chengdu J-20 Stealth fighter jet publically at Zhuhai air show for the first time on Tuesday 1st November in Guangdong province of China.
China also opened the country‘s biggest meeting over growing sophistication of country’s military technology.
China is going to overtake Untied States by becoming the world’s top aviation market in upcoming decade as China has opened a country’s grand meeting of aircraft buyers and makers at Zhuhai air show where it showcased it long awaited Chengdu J-20 fighter jet that makes a public debut for the first time.
Recent air show in a southern city of Zhuhai offers a Beijing a grand opportunity to contact ambitious person as China military is growing speedily in aviation technology.
Newly arrived China’s Chengdu J-20 stealth fighter jets conducted a 60-second flight that much applauded by people on the show while its deafening roar of engine reportedly set as the alarm of a car.
The J-20 fighter jet sharply disappeared after screeching onto the Zhuhai stage, performed series of turns as well as revealed it delta wing shape.
The fighter jet packed with radar-evasion and has ability of air-to-air missile that shows the upgraded version of China’s military.
The recently showcase aircraft has been manufactured and deployed by Chengdu Aircraft industries Group and a subsidiary of Aviation Industry Corporation of China have been reportedly attracted much more analysts.
United States News Agency revealed, the fifth generation Chengdu J-20 warplane has much resemblance with Lockheed Martin F-22 that are in United States service, Lockheed Martin F-22 has performed a series of maneuvers under overcast skies at China’s Zhuhai air show.
Whatever, China faster enough to upgrade their aviation as Chinese stepped forward in combat capabilities by showing their upgrade power in J-20.