Two of China’s secretive J-20 warplanes swept over a gasping crowd at the Zhuhai air show Tuesday, potent symbols of Beijing’s aspirations to military might.
It also has become a key platform for top global aerospace firms to hawk their wares for a share of the booming aircraft market in the world’s second-largest economy.
China is projected to become the world’s largest aviation market by 2024, according to the International Air Transport Association.
Boeing and Airbus are in a heated competition to win Chinese customers for their aircraft, while homegrown national champions COMAC and AVIC aim to capture market share for Chinese firms.
AHA about 19 hours ago
China has undoubtedly has capabilities in manufacturing. However when it comes to the design of such complex machines, they are still relying in their hacking skills.
BAXAR about 18 hours ago
@AHA Hacking is also very, or even extremely complex.
Nurul Huda about 19 hours ago
One difference between India & China in space Technology is, India concentrate in commercial while China concentrate in military.
Shuaib Qasim Panhwer about 19 hours ago
Grow up brothers, happy to see these two new Jets in skies. China-Pakistan Zindabad
LF about 18 hours ago
well done China
NaveedKhan about 18 hours ago
very big step but in my view the future is drone technology.
Muhammad Arshad about 18 hours ago
Ahmed bin Babar about 17 hours ago
We salute China for this achievement, long live our friendship..!
Starzan about 16 hours ago
@BAXAR. All armaments & weapons systems makers are still copying the German WW2 advanced & hi-tech weapons & systems designs, that they stole after allied powers war victory. One of the main reasons, the Germans lost WW2 was that they ran out of Petroleum OIL & derivatives. No fuel, no war.w