Over 70 JF-17 jets handed over to PAF: PAC chief
ISLAMABAD/RAWALPINDI: Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) has handed over over 70 JF-17 aircrafts to Pakistan Air Force (PAF) for operational activities, PAC chief said.
Chairman of Pakistan Aeronautical Complex in Kamra Air Marshal Arshad Mahmood Malik told the Standing Committee of National Assembly on defence production in a testimony in Islamabad, Radio Pakistan reported.
He told the parliament body that the complex has experience and capacity to manufacture Super Mushshak aircrafts within given time frame.
The chairman of the aeronautical complex also briefed the committee about the deals of Super Mushshak jets with Turkey and Nigeria.
Malik also informed the standing committee that engineers of the aeronautical complex have repaired the Awacs Aircrafts, which sustained damage during a terrorist attack in the country.