DUBAI – A contingent of the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) along with JF17 Thunder and Super Mushak is taking part in the Dubai air show. The biggest edition of Dubai Air Show kicked off on Sunday. Pakistan’s pilots displayed their aerobatic skills in the air show.
Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum inaugurated the show.
The TAI T129 attack helicopters are taking part for the first time at the Dubai air show this year, and a large number of military aircraft including a US Airforce F16, UAE Mirage 2000, and a Taqnia AN132 are also on the display.
Air Commodore Muhammad Akhtar has said that PAF has close relations with the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Approximately 72,500 trade visitors and 1,200 exhibitors are expected to participate in the five-day air show.