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The "Chinese Army" debuted at the Moscow Air Show
- 2019-08-28-

     In the military aircraft that military fans are most concerned about, China has exhibited fighters, trainers, and no ones. Key military products such as aircraft and military transport aircraft, including the multi-purpose light fighter "Dragon" jointly developed by China and Pakistan, the "Pterosaur" representing the high-end UAVs in China's aviation industry, and the new-generation attack/combat trainer L- 15 and a new generation of medium-sized multi-purpose transport aircraft independently developed by China Aviation Industry, etc. Among them, the "Pterosaur" drones appeared in the series for the first time in the air show static exhibition area (right), which caused a lot of attention. As the world's leading inspection and unmanned aerial vehicle, the "Pterosaur" series of drones have won the favor and trust of many users at home and abroad with excellent performance and excellent performance.

     The most interesting thing for the Russian media is the CR929 wide-body aircraft fuselage jointly developed by Sino-Russian Corporation for the first time. According to the Russian satellite network, the audience can see the various components of the fuselage, including economy, business and first class, and even look at the cockpit. Its basic model can transport 280 passengers, flying up to 12,000 kilometers. According to the "Viewpoint", this wide-body aircraft project is very important to both Russia and China. "It is more cost-effective and will become a direct competitor of Boeing aircraft in the United States."

        In addition, the new short-range laser air defense system "LW-30" exhibited by China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation also attracted the attention of Russian media. It can effectively destroy photoelectrically guided precision guided weapons, drones and other aerial targets. China Aerospace Science and Technology demonstrated the achievements of China Aerospace in the fields of aerospace infrastructure, satellite communications, remote sensing applications, and lunar exploration through the launch vehicle model such as the Long March 7.