Egypt and Bolivia express interest in buying JF-17 Thunder Block 3 aircraft
ISLAMABAD (92 News) - Egypt and Bolivia have expressed interest in buying JF-17 Thunder Block 3 aircraft.
The demand for Pakistani fighter jet JF-17 Thunder started to increase. According to sources, Egypt and Bolivia have expressed interest in buying JF-17 Thunder Block 3 aircraft.
Argentina, Iraq, Azerbaijan and others are also looking to buy these advanced fighter jets. Next year, the number of JF-17 Thunder aircraft in the world will increase to 200. Currently, more than 150 JF-17 Thunder aircraft are in use by Pakistan, Myanmar and Nigeria.
The Block 3 version of the fighter jet is equipped with advanced radars, digital systems, advanced avionics, lethal weapons. The JF-17 Thunder is the $15 to $25 million cheapest multi-role fighter jet for the developing world.
Pakistan Air Force plans to induct more than 50 JF-17 Thunder Block 3 into the fleet. Pakistan Air Force currently operates more than 135 JF-17 Thunder aircraft.