ISLAMABAD : Pakistan JF-17 Thunder, for the first time, participated in Virtual Air Tattoo Show-2020 at Royal Air Force Base Fairford in the United Kingdom on Monday. According to a spokesperson of Pakistan Air Force (PAF), the indigenously manufactured multirole fighter aircraft of No. 16 Squadron, the time tested C-130 Hercules from No 21 Squadron, also participated in the mega event. Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, air forces from all over the world were asked to send short video clips of the participating aircraft and aircrew this year. As per the conditions, PAF sent short video clips of each participating aircraft along with messages from the aircrew. These clips were telecast on the official social media channels of RIAT and were widely appreciated by the online users.Various air forces, aircraft manufacturers and aerospace technology firms participate in this mega show each year.
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