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China’s PLAAF shows seven J-20 fighters flying in formation

06 September 2019
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China's People's Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) has released images showing seven Chengdu Aircraft Industry Group (CAIG) J-20 fifth-generation multirole fighter aircraft in the air: the largest number of J-20s to be publicly shown flying in close formation.

No details were provided as to exactly when and where the images were taken but the aerial manoeuvres are believed to have taken place as part of rehearsals for a military parade set to take place on 1 October to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.

China's PLAAF recently released images showing seven J-20 fighters in the air: the largest number of J-20s to be publicly shown flying in close formation. (PLAAF)China's PLAAF recently released images showing seven J-20 fighters in the air: the largest number of J-20s to be publicly shown flying in close formation. (PLAAF)

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