Pakistan–Serbia relationsHappy to hear
if it is sold.
where will it be built ?
Pakistan or in China ?
My hypothesis is that most countries have hit the sweet spot where their older generation fighters have exceeded airframe lifespan.Malaysia, Argentina, Serbia, Qatar, Senegal, Azerbaijan, more orders from Nigeria…just the amount of interest the fighter is getting says a lot.
Especially considering many nations have smaller and smaller fleets, if one nation equips its Air Force with a few squadrons of the JF-17 it can easily become competitive in its region. Argentina and Venezuela come to mind when comparing them to Brazilian Gripens. Nigeria will be on par with South Africa, which may be struggling to fund the upkeep of its fleet of Gripens. Myanmar could hold back the Thai Air Force Gripen with its JF-17s. The JF-17 has become a real equalizer for nations outside of conflict with the major powers. Even that is a possibility between the Argentinan JF-17s and the RAF eurofighters in the Falklands.I hear that the JF-17 Block 3 is just 30 million US dollars per plane?
If this is correct then it offers the best bang for the buck out of any light fighter out there.