China News Service, Zhuhai, September 28 (Reporter Guo Chaokai) The 13th China International Aerospace Expo (Zhuhai Air Show) officially opened on the 28th.

At the press conference of the Chinese Air Force held that day, Li Jikuan, the commander of the J-20 flight display, introduced that the J-20 participated in this air show with new equipment, new formations, and new attitudes. This is also the first time the J-20 has been replaced with a domestic engine. Public display.

On September 28, in Zhuhai City, Guangdong Province, the J-20 fighter flew over the Zhuhai International Air Show Center.

On the same day, the 13th China Air Show opened at the Zhuhai International Air Show Center.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Chen Jimin

  The reporter noticed that in the central booth area of ​​the Aviation Industry Hall, the four star models of the J-20, Yun-20, Zhi-20, and Attack-11, the outstanding representatives of the "20 era" fighter family, were collectively unveiled, triggering people to take pictures and "check in." "Souvenirs.

On September 28, in Zhuhai City, Guangdong Province, the J-20 fighter flew over the Zhuhai International Air Show Center.

On the same day, the 13th China Air Show opened at the Zhuhai International Air Show Center.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Chen Jimin

  As early as November 1, 2016, the J-20 completed its first show at the opening ceremony of the Zhuhai Aviation Exhibition in a two-aircraft formation.

At the military parade celebrating the 90th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army on July 30, 2017, three J-20s formed an arrow-shaped formation. This is also the first time the aircraft has been shown to the world in a combat stance.

  On February 9, 2018, the Chinese Air Force announced that the J-20 has begun to deploy air force combat units, taking an important step towards the full formation of combat capabilities.

On November 11 of the same year, on the last day of the 12th Zhuhai Air Show, four newly painted J-20 fighters were displayed for about 8 minutes in a four-plane formation.

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