@Quwa @Deino thought you guys might want to read it. Link to book details are at end of post.
Comparative SWOT Analysis, Latest Contracts & Developments and Market Outlook
The "World's 4 Leading Light Fighter Jet Aircraft Programs - 2021-2022" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
Section - 1 World's 4 Leading Light Fighter Jet Aircraft Programs - Program Origins, Profile, Snapshot & Fact Files
1. Saab JAS 39 E/F Gripen
2. Chengdu's J-10
3. CAC/PAC JF-17
4. HAL Tejas Mk I/II
Exactly, I'm confused as well. Perhaps lack of literacy on engine sizes (thrusts), and see all single-engine as the same? Is like comparing a single 4.0-litre engine medium SUV to a single 2.0-litre compact SUV.In fact I'm a bit confused, why the J-10 is included? It is never ever a light fighter and was also never developed as one. In fact it is a medium fighter well within the class of the F-16, Rafale or even the €F.
I request you to please rid this thread of useless posts that contribute nothing to the thread topic. Thanks.Avoid relating other forums into discussion. Secondly, it is totally irrelevant to the topic in hand since this thread is purely for official and highly credible information of JF-17 Thunder.