China Hand Over 14 Dual-Seat JF-17 Fighter Jets To PAF
On Wednesday china handed over 14 dual-seat JF-17 fighter jets to the Pakistan air force in a special ceremony.
The Chinese designed dual-seat fighter jets were handed to PAF by china in a ceremony at Kamra aircraft manufacturing factory.
The chief guest of the ceremony was Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar and Chinese Ambassador Nong Rong along with Nigerian officials was the eminent honorable guest of the ceremony.
These fighter jets were jointly produced by China and Pakistan in special military and technological collaboration. The fighter jets will also be used in the training process of PAF pilots.
The deployment of new JF-17 jets is the major development in strengthening the aerial defense of the motherland.
In December last year, the Kamra Pakistan Aeronautical complex rolled the first batch of JF-17 dual-seat fighter jets in a high-profile ceremony to mark this remarkable milestone in military production.
The chief of Pakistan Air Force (PAF) Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan was the chief guest of the ceremony whereas Chinese Ambassador Yao Jing and Executive Vice President of Aviation Industries of China (AVIC) Hao Zhaopin were the guests of honor in the ceremony.
Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan also inaugurated an integration facility for the induction of JF-17 jets at Avionics Production Factory in Kamra.
Air Chief Marshal Mujahid Anwar Khan declared the JF-17 dual-seat fighter jets as the backbone of the Pakistan Air Force defense abilities. The jet has also proven its war abilities in the operation swift retort in 2019.