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Pakistan To Receive Final Batch Of JF-17 Block II Jets In June

Monday, May 20, 2019   (0 Comments)

By Staff Writer  |  May 18, 2019  |  Defense World.net

 

The Pakistani Air Force is set to receive the final three JF-17 Block II Chinese-Pakistani stealth fighters at the end of June.

The aircraft are part of an order placed by the PAF in late 2017 for an additional 12 platforms that are currently on the Aircraft Manufacturing Factory (AMF) final assembly line at PAC Kamra. AMF has built more than 100 JF-17s since the first JF-17 (serialled 09-111) was rolled out in November 2009, according to a report published by Jane's Defense Weekly.

PAC has produced 50 Block I aircraft and 62 Block II JF-17s to date including the 12 Block II jets ordered in 2017. The PAF has currently 85 JF-17 Block I and II operationally deployed. Production. READ MORE...


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