Pakistan Air Force’s state-of-the-art fighter JF-17 enchanted the audience by participating in a British virtual show.
According to a Pakistan Air Force spokesman, this year’s annual tattoo air show in the UK was held on a virtual basis due to the global epidemic Coronavirus, in which videos of modern aircraft and helicopters from around the world, including the Pakistan Air Force, were streamed live.
The spokesman further said that in the British virtual show, Pakistan Air Force’s Thunder aircraft JF-17 highlighted the name of the beloved homeland. In addition to the multi-role fighter aircraft of the No. 16 Squadron, the C-130 Hercules aircraft of the No. 21 the squadron also commemorated the event.
Due to the global epidemic of coronavirus, air forces around the world sent short videos of aircraft and crew to attend this year’s air show.
Under the rules and regulations laid down by the organizers, the Pakistan Air Force also sent video messages to the crew of the aircraft to participate in the air show, which was aired on the official social media channels of the air show on July 19-20. A large number of aviation enthusiasts appreciated these videos. It should be noted that JF-17 aircraft participated in this year’s Virtual Royal International Air Tattoo Show for the first time. Attending the air show will not only further promote the JF-17 Thunder internationally, but also help highlight the positive side of Pakistan.