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Media report: Pakistan to sell JF-17 fighter jets to Sri-Lanka.

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World Air Force News - Pakistan
 
 
Media report: Pakistan to sell JF-17 fighter jets to Sri-Lanka.
 
According to Daily Mirror from Sri-Lanka, Pakistan has decided to start sale of state of the art JF-17, Thunder combat planes developed by the collaboration of China to several other countries including to Sri Lanka from next year, Pakistan’s The Nations news agency reported.
     
According to Daily Mirror from Sri-Lanka, Pakistan has decided to start sale of state of the art JF-17, Thunder combat planes developed by the collaboration of China to several other countries including to Sri Lanka from next year, Pakistan’s The Nations news agency reported.
PAC JF-17 Thunder / Chengdu FC-1 (Photo credit: Chengdu)
     

Pakistan Defence ministry Production sources said as many as 42 JF-17 Thunder planes have been developed so far under joint venture with China.

“Pakistan Air Force (PAF) has been assigned a target of exporting 5 to 7 JF-17 Thunder planes next year, and the discussions in this regard are under the way to Sri Lanka, Kuwait, Qatar and other friendly countries,” the report stated.

Pakistan Ministry of defence Production officials have expressed optimism that Pakistan would succeed in exporting these modern planes in the next year.

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