China will deliver another fifty JF-17 Thunder fighters to Pakistan over a period of three years, Radio Pakistan reported.
The Head of Chinese Aircraft Industry told a Chinese daily that under the contract signed between the two countries, Pakistan will receive a total of 110 JF-17 Thunder aircrafts from China.
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The jets are a symbol of friendship between Pakistan and China. During Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit, a fleet of eight JF-17 Thunder jets escorted the special plane of the Chinese leader when it entered Pakistan’s airspace.
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