China joins its army, J-20 fighter aircraft not coming in the radar
National Defense Ministry spokesman Colonel Wu Chhian said at a press conference that the flight tests of J-20 fighters are being done according to schedule.

BEIJING: China on Thursday announced the joining of J-20 capable combat aircraft J-20 in the military service, and thus its air force got new power in the area. National Defense Ministry spokesman Colonel Wu Chhian said at a press conference that the flight tests of J20 fighters are being done according to schedule.

J-20 is the fourth generation of Chinese medium and long range fighter aircraft. This aircraft took its first flight in 2011 and it was first shown in 11th 'Airshow China' in Zhuhai, Guangdong province in November last year.

This aircraft can add new dimensions to the balance of the Indo-China Air Force. Pakistan has already expressed its interest to buy this aircraft.

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