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2018-04-17 17:40 空军 /马来西亚







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Dragon fighters will usher in new buyers? Malaysia has contacted the Pakistani side!
2018-04-17 17:40
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Good news was also heard at the International Defence Exhibition held in Malaysia. Pakistan has already had preliminary contact with Malaysian parties regarding Malaysia's purchase of the Dragon fighter. If all goes well, Malaysia is likely to purchase a certain number of Nine Dragons.

The Xiaolong fighter is a multi-purpose single-seat light fighter jointly developed by China and Pakistan. Currently, there are 100 Xiaolong fighters serving in the Pakistani Air Force and they have successfully exported to Burma and Nigeria. Xiaolong fighters can mount air-to-air missiles, anti-ship missiles, air-to-surface missiles, etc. to attack targets. In particular, the latest Xiaolong Block 3 will be equipped with advanced active phased-array radars. It can be said that two-and-a-half years of Xiaolong have been through many years. Improvements in some performance indicators have not lost some of the three generations.

The main customers of the Xiaolong fighter are countries that have a large number of second-generation aircraft waiting for reloading or who have a small number of third-generation aircraft due to lack of national strength and need a large number of light multi-purpose fighters. Malaysia is the second case. The Malaysian Air Force has 10 MiG-29s, 18 Su-30MKMs, 8 FA-18Ds, and 13 Hawk 200 light fighters. Although the size of such fighter planes is also considered to be half a catty compared with neighboring countries such as Thailand and Indonesia, its neighbors, the Singapore Air Force, has 40 F-15SG and 60 F-16C/D fighters, as well as special aircrafts such as AWACS and tankers. As a whole, the Malaysian Air Force has no advantage in terms of quantity or quality.

Therefore, the Malaysian side proposed to buy a multi-purpose fighter plane to expand the size of the Air Force fighter as early as 10 years ago, but for various reasons it has not been realized. While China's Xiaolong fighter has continued to mature its technology during this period, it has also won the favor of many countries, and more importantly, the unit price of Xiaolong fighter is less than 20 million US dollars.

Such a high-quality, low-cost fighter is really unable to find a second home. What is to be known is that the light multi-purpose lion warfighting machine developed by Swedish Saab has a unit price of up to 80 million U.S. dollars. And if Malaysia needs it, the Dragons can also transfer parts of their technology or even assembly lines to allow Malaysia to assemble so as to improve the level of aviation manufacturing in Malaysia.

In recent years, Malaysia’s exchanges with China have also become more frequent, such as the Huang Jingang project and the offshore patrol ship project. Nowadays, the benefits of Malaysia’s purchase of Xiaolong fighter aircraft are many. Therefore, once Xiaolong successfully exports to Malaysia, it can further consolidate China and Malaysia. Cooperation relationship to achieve real mutual benefit and win-win! This article originated from the firearms camp, plagiarism will be investigated! (Image courtesy of the Internet) Back Sohu, see more
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