Full 3D adopted for development of J-20

According to chief technician of Aviation Industry Corp of China Wang Haifeng, full 3D technology was adopted to shorten J-20’s development period greatly. Read more ›

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New types of J-20 to be developed

J-20’s general engineer Yang Wei recently reveals that J-20 will undergo “serial development”, and its series will become “mainstay” of China air force. Read more ›

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J-20’s engine cut out in a trial flight

According to a news report on test pilot for maiden flight of J-20 fighter, J-20’s engine cut out in a trial flight. Read more ›

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Chinese expert: J-20 better than F-35 in various aspects

In a recent interview on crash of Japan’s F-35, Chinese military expert Song Xinzhi said, “American’s design of F-35 has big problems, and this is fundamental.” Read more ›

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Expert: J-20’s wings too weak to be onboard

Chinese military expert Zhang Zhaozhong believes that J-20 is unlikely to be allocated on carries, because its wings are too weak and noncollapsible.

In Zhang’s view, J-20 is not designed for aircraft carriers from the beginning, so it has to be redesigned to be onboard, and special materials must be used for its frame.

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New-type conductive material developed for J-20?

China’s official television station reported recently that a new type of conductive material has been developed, which is assumed to be used on J-20 one day, to improve its stealth. Read more ›

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J-15 Carrier-Based Fighters Practice Same-Type Refueling

A recent official video report unveils that China’s carrier-based fighter J-15 is capable of refueling the same type of fighters. Read more ›

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Taiwan’s Han Kuang Exercise Targets J-20 and S-400

The biggest annual military exercise of Taiwan troops is to begin on April 22, which is reported by local media to target advanced weapons of PLA, including J-20 fighter, WS long-range rocket launcher and S-400 long-range air defense system.

It’s also reported that the exercise will focus on “turn defeat into victories amid inferiority”.

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Test Flight Video Reveals J-11D Prototype

China’s aviation industry corporation released a video to mark the 60th anniversary of test flight history in the country and gave clear images of a new-type version of J-11, which is regarded as a prototype of J-11D fighter. Read more ›

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US Air Force to Develop J-20 Simulators

According to Today Russia television, US Air Force is looking for potential contractors to build simulators for Russia’s Su-57 and China’s J-20 jets.

It’s reported that America want some manufacturer to develop a set of solutions and devices which could imitate opponents’ features in air tests.

Various aspects of the simulators will have to be close to Su-57 and J-20 fighters, including radio transmission, electronic combat and material consumption.

But the simulators would adopt remote control instead of pilot boarding, and one of them should be able to fly at a speed of 0.95 Mach, for at least 30 hours in total.

It’s said that only “less than 300 million US dollars” are budgeted for this project.

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