Participation In The JF17 Thunder Virtual Royal Aerospace Show

The participation of Pakistan Air Force's JF-17 Thunder in the Royal Aerospace Show raised the name of the beloved homeland.

According to the details, today was a day of pride for the entire nation when the nationally manufactured Pakistan Air Force Cajay F-17 Thunder took part in the Virtual Royal International Air Tattoo Show for the first time in the United Kingdom.

In addition to the multi-role fighter jet of the No. 16 Squadron, the KC 130 Hercules aircraft of the No. 21 Squadron also participated in this memorable event.

Due to the corona virus this year, the air show was asked to send short video clips of aircraft and crew participating in air forces around the world.

Under the rules and regulations laid down by the organizers, the Pakistan Air Force sent videos of messages from the crew of the aircraft participating in the air show which were telecast on the official social media channels of the air show.

These videos were much appreciated by a large number of aviation enthusiasts.

Participation in this show will not only promote JF-17 Thunder internationally but will also help in highlighting the positive aspects of Pakistan.

 A large number of social media users enjoyed stunning aerial footage of virtual flying displays, interviews and the advent of modern aircraft.

Every year, various air force, shipbuilding and aerospace technology industries from around the world participate in this mega show with their products.