CHINA Chinese air force brings new drones to Airshow China


Chinese air force brings new drones to Airshow China

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13:56, November 10, 2022

The Chinese People's Liberation Army Air Force is showcasing an array of new drones at the 14th Airshow China held from November 8 to 13 in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong Province.

The high-altitude long-endurance Attack-2 drone made its flying display debut on Wednesday. This drone is an important weapon for carrying out border patrols and fighting terrorism.


The Wing Loong-3 UAV (unmanned aerial vehicle), the latest version in the Wing Loong drone series, also made its debut at the exhibition. It can fly a maximum range of 10,000 kilometers at medium altitude and has a 12.2-meter long main body and a 24-meter wingspan that enable it to fly long ranges while carrying heavy loads.

The Wing Loong-3 UAV (Photo: CCTV)

(Compiled by Zhu Yingqi)

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