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A Chinese military aircraft manufacturer has created a new, small, compact, high-performance, and energy-efficient way for its fighter jets to fly higher than their predecessors.
The aircraft is a scaled-up version of the Sukhoi Su-30MKI fighter jet that was built in the late 1990s and the Sukholtov Tu-142 fighter, a Soviet-era fighter that was produced for the Soviet Union and its allies.
The Sukhois were designed for the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Air Force and the Tu-72, which the Chinese government had purchased from the Soviet military in 2001.
But the Tu, like the Su-29s and MiG-29Ks that China has been developing, has a wide range of combat capabilities and is also capable of stealth and advanced electronic warfare capabilities.
The new aircraft, the first of its kind in the world, has been designed by Shanghai-based Zhejiang Aerospace.
Zhejiang, which is based in China’s southern province of Zhejia, said it had built the aircraft in partnership with Shanghai-headquartered China Aerospace Technology Group, which builds the aircraft for China’s state-owned aviation and defense companies.
Zhou Junping, a Zhejian aerospace expert, said the plane has been built using a Chinese component and design technique called “silicon-based composites,” or SBCs, to improve its structural strength and low-temperature thermal expansion.
Zhuang said the aircraft is about the size of a Boeing 737-800 aircraft and weighs about 10 tons.
It can be built in two years and be capable of flying to a speed of 1,000 meters per hour, said Zhou, who has studied aircraft designs for more than 30 years.
The SBC, he said, can be converted into a large plane in a matter of days and has been used in other aircraft, such as Boeing’s 737-700, the Airbus A320neo and the Boeing 777.
The airplane’s composite structure can also withstand extreme temperatures, which are needed in the fight against aircraft that can survive in the tropics and in harsh conditions.
The composite material has been tested in the United States and Europe and is being used in Boeing’s 777X and 737 MAX jets.
Zhang said the new aircraft’s design can be made in less than a year and that it can be adapted to other platforms.
Zhong Jianping, vice chairman of Zweihan Group, the China Aerospace Materials Corporation, which manufactures the composite materials, said in a statement the company plans to offer the new plane for sale in 2018 or 2019.
Zhao said the company has made improvements to the composite material’s performance and is now developing a second version for military aircraft.
Zheng said Zhejunping hopes to start manufacturing the new fighter aircraft in 2019.
The U.N. weapons inspector has found that China violated several U.
Ns. arms-control agreements, including the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, by transferring the technology to Taiwan and violating the arms-disarmament treaty by maintaining an air defense system there.
The watchdog found that the government of President Xi Jinping “did not fulfill its obligations” to abide by the INF Treaty and to refrain from using the system in its airspace.
China has consistently denied the allegations.
The United States, Britain, France and Germany have all expressed concern over the potential for China to develop a military air defense capability in the South China Sea, where Beijing has repeatedly raised concerns about military intrusion.