How much better is Pakistan’s J-10-C than India’s French Rafale?

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The J-10-C is China’s state-of-the-art fast-paced low-weight, advanced fighter aircraft capable of competing with some of the world’s best fighter jets.

Alhamdulillah, with the passage of time, Pakistan is gaining significant capabilities in the defense sector and a significant and invincible defense addition to the capability of Pakistan Air Force is the state-of-the-art J-10-C fighter jet manufactured by China.

The J-10-C developed by the Chinese airline Chengdu, is equipped with state-of-the-art avionics systems, capable of carrying missiles, missiles, bombs and fuel weighing up to 6,000 kilograms. .

The J-10-C fire control radar is capable of being equipped with laser-guided bombs and missiles that can operate at a range of 250 km.

The J-10-C fighter jets have the potential to play a key role in defending maritime or water borders and the acquisition of these aircraft will significantly enhance the capability of the Pakistan Navy in the Arabian Sea.

Comparative review in Raphael and J-10-C

Pakistan is fully aware of the preparations of its traditional rival. A brief comparison of India’s recently purchased Rafale aircraft with J-10-C shows that it has state-of-the-art radar system, according to defense analysts. Such a radar is installed.

It is equipped with PL-15 missiles with a range of 200 km.

This state-of-the-art fighter jet is capable of firing surface-to-air and anti-ship missiles.

The J-10-C has the capability to use PL8 and PL10 medium range radar guided missiles and PL12 and PL15 unguided laser bombs.

The aircraft is also capable of using surface-to-surface KD-88 and YJ-91-A anti-ship missiles and anti-radiation missiles. China has also introduced J-10-C aircraft with semi-stealth technology.