Excellent photos of the cockpit. Keep em' coming!
PAF indeed has pulled off a master stroke with this beauty, now a true 4th Generation Multi Role Aircraft will be seen throughout the fleet. I guess its a slap on the face of those nay sayers whom were doubting the capabilities of the JF17. In the past 7 years, PAF has taken a huge quantum leap forward and has closed a huge gap with the IAF.
I am posting for the first time..
having followed this forum for a few years as a silent bystander, after witnessing this immense performance by the JF I no longer can stay silent..
PAF you have done us proud with this beauty.. this is a game changer..& .. All the POWER TO YOU !!!:
Great stunts by the Pakistani pilots. It looks like Pakistan has a superb mastery of JF-17's capabilities judging from the weather. Only complaints I have is the stupid weather and the commentators. They said that J-10 had thrust vectoring in the past and now they are saying that the JF-17 has thrust vectoring. What the heck?
Hi, thanks for all the wonderful pictures and videos. I had one comment though. The engine size/circumference looks small for the body of the JF-17. If you look at the end of the plane the engine width is significantly smaller than the fuselage width. Also the metal ring attaching the engine to the fuselage is much wider than the engine. The F-16 & J-10B have fuselage widths and engine widths that are closer in size to each other. Thanks!
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MASHALLAH Jf-17 is looking very coool
I envy the pilot..... and god bless u houshanghai for the nice pics.
Man thunder is very sexy fighter looks more like F22 raptor when he took off
MASHALLAH Thunder is gona stay for long INSHALLAH
Bakra Eid Mubarik to all members......
Pakistan Air Force Chief of Staff: JF-17 fighters in great demand in the international market
Posted on November 17th, 2010
Pakistan Air Force JF-17 fighter planes took off Xiaolong moment. Sina special photography: mood is coffee
Pakistani Associated Press November 16 Zhuhai News: Pakistan Air Force Chief of Staff Rao – Kamal – Suleiman said in an interview today, China and Pakistan jointly produced JF-17 fighter in the international aviation market has a bright future. Models with the same level compared to lower prices JF-17 fighters, less investment in maintenance and operation of these make it very competitive on a buyer’s market.
Pakistan Air Force Chief of Staff of Sulaiman attended the Eighth China in Zhuhai Air Show, he told reporters in remarks to say that the air show 16 to 21, attracting 35 countries and regions to participate. Pakistan to bring cross K-8 trainer aircraft and three JF-17 fighters to participate in the Zhuhai Air Show, which is the second sponsor after the scale of China’s second fleet.
Sulaiman commented that JF-17 has all the most advanced technology. He pointed out that with modern air force fighter JF-17 all the necessary conditions, while its price and very competitive, so it deserves in the international market in great demand. Asked about the Pakistani Air Force for further cooperation, Suleiman replied: two brothers and neighbors in various fields have a long history of cooperation, especially in military cooperation have been Pakistan. He is convinced, as time goes on, cooperative relationship between the two countries will be further strengthened.
Pakistani Ambassador Masood – Pakistan’s Khan in an interview with the Associated Press, said the air show is the epitome of China-Pakistan relations, he said: “Today, Pakistan and China are good for one day JF-17 fighter display very professional, also very spectacular. “
three JF-17 fighter at the Zhuhai air show this year, causing the military and aerospace enthusiasts attention. Even more exciting is that, in addition to two to participate in the flight performance, there is a Fierce Dragon will show to the public.
Another Aspect of Pakistan’s fleet is the flight demonstration team Lions K-8 trainer aircraft fleet, the pilot told reporters, K-8 trainer aircraft performance, stability, low fuel consumption and performance with excellent power turbo engine. (Sri Lanka on)
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