China’s long-awaited J-20 stealth fighter was presented in public for the first time.
Two aircraft to avoid radar has flypast 60 seconds in the Zhuhai air show in Guangdong Province – the largest meeting of the country’s aircraft makers and buyers.
In the past it was only seen planes by bloggers.
The fighters seen as a symbol of Beijing’s desire to modernize and develop its military capabilities.
Chinese President Xi Jinping wants to tighten the Chinese armed forces because it takes a more assertive stance in the region, especially in the seas south of China and east China.
It was developed J-20 and made by Chengdu Aircraft Industry Group, a subsidiary of China Aviation Industry Corporation.
And some semi-new fighter aircraft F-22 Raptor Lockheed Martin, with Bradley Beret from Aviation Week industry analyst said the plane was “clearly a major step forward in China’s combat capability.”
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