JF-17 Thunder / FC-1 Xiaolong

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Tejas f***a*** of jf17 how many times on borders
Can any tell me

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Tejas not deployed yet in forward bases.....
Officially...........
Will be deployed next year...in forward areas once foc variant s come.........
U r right tejas Mk 1 deployed next year .tejas mk1 a 2 times strongest then the jf17 blk1 /2 and mig 21
Like b this configuration
1.586km{with internal fuel ,725 fuel tank, cap role weapons}{ 2ccm,2bvrs,2lgb bombs}
2.700km{with internal fuel, 1200ltr×2 fuel tank,CA's,or cap role weapons}{2ccm,2bvrs,/3lgbs}
3.1000km{with internal fuel, 1200ltr×2,725ltr tanks ,cap or cas role weapons}{2bvrs,2ccms,1spj,2lgbs}

Tejas aircraft fuel capacity
Int.fuel 2486
Ext.fuel 1200/1500*
1200/1500*
725
Total 5611ltr


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How hard it is for you to understand this is a Pakistan project from the beginning: Pakistan's money, Pakistan's technical layout, Pakistan't tactics design.
Paki money:pound:

Paki tech support:pound:

Sure, and pigs also fly.


PLAAF is building itself based on heavy (J11s) and medium (J10s) structure, this kind of light jet has no future to them.
A flanker copy and a F16 copy and that too without any of their advantages.

Piff....


JF-17 is just a tool to take advantage of poor and corrupt countries, Just like BRI, otherwise that jet has no future in any air force.
 

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This is paki kachhar power. So this was the plane that paki claim shot down Su 30Mki? Turns out it can't even cover ground on its own.

We crash with 40 year old soviet Junk and this is Paki 2010 masterpiece. Show this to Paki fanboys who troll on Abhinandan's pic.

Truly inbred, low IQ, cross dressing Paki will believe 321 Gaffe Gafoora.
 

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another news report about the Block3 during the Paris Airshow 2019...
https://www.flightglobal.com/news/a...lock-iii-to-have-first-flight-by-year-459214/

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The Block III version of the Chengdu/Pakistan Aeronautical Complex JF-17 fighter will have its first flight before the end of 2019.


An official familiar with the programme says that a number of key decisions are set to be made about the programme.


JF-17 Block II BillyPix

One major element of the Block III upgrade is the addition of an active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar. The official says a decision on which radar is “around the corner.”

FlightGlobal understands that two radars are in contention: the China Electronics Technology Group KLJ-7A, and an AESA from AVIC that it claims is the first air-cooled example.

The Block III will also have a new integrated electronic warfare suite, with Chinese and European options on the table for this requirement.

Perhaps most notably, the Block III will see the JF-17’s intakes widened to improve air flow. This could also set the stage for a new engine at some point – the JF-17 is powered by the Klimov RD-93 engine.

The official says that “another engine is in mind” but declined to discuss specifics. A pilot FlightGlobal spoke with, however, says the RD-93 is working well in Pakistan Air Force service.

While the majority of the Block III upgrades can be retrofitted to existing Block II aircraft, the updated intake will only be available on the new build Block IIIs.

A good number of Pakistan’s JF-17 fleet has air-to-air refueling probes. While this equipment can be retrofitted, the air force does not see a requirement to do so for the entire fleet.

Flight International's 2019 World Air Force's directory indicates that the Pakistan Air Force has 98 in-service JF-17s.

 

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another news report about the Block3 during the Paris Airshow 2019...
https://www.flightglobal.com/news/a...lock-iii-to-have-first-flight-by-year-459214/
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The Block III version of the Chengdu/Pakistan Aeronautical Complex JF-17 fighter will have its first flight before the end of 2019.


An official familiar with the programme says that a number of key decisions are set to be made about the programme.


JF-17 Block II BillyPix

One major element of the Block III upgrade is the addition of an active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar. The official says a decision on which radar is “around the corner.”

FlightGlobal understands that two radars are in contention: the China Electronics Technology Group KLJ-7A, and an AESA from AVIC that it claims is the first air-cooled example.

The Block III will also have a new integrated electronic warfare suite, with Chinese and European options on the table for this requirement.

Perhaps most notably, the Block III will see the JF-17’s intakes widened to improve air flow. This could also set the stage for a new engine at some point – the JF-17 is powered by the Klimov RD-93 engine.

The official says that “another engine is in mind” but declined to discuss specifics. A pilot FlightGlobal spoke with, however, says the RD-93 is working well in Pakistan Air Force service.

While the majority of the Block III upgrades can be retrofitted to existing Block II aircraft, the updated intake will only be available on the new build Block IIIs.

A good number of Pakistan’s JF-17 fleet has air-to-air refueling probes. While this equipment can be retrofitted, the air force does not see a requirement to do so for the entire fleet.

Flight International's 2019 World Air Force's directory indicates that the Pakistan Air Force has 98 in-service JF-17s.

So they neither have decided the radar nor the EW suite...........
 

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So they neither have decided the radar nor the EW suite...........
Porky want something European from Italy or Sweden. But that will be very costly and there is political reluctance in selling to porkistan.

It just shows how much paki distrust chines shit otherwise deal would be done by now yet being bankrupt they will end up with Chinese gear at the end of the day.

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