With China hot on the heels of US and Russian air forces, it’s only apt that the sovereign state has its own range of multirole fighter aircraft. This is where the Chengdu J-10 aircraft comes in. Known to the west as the Vigorous Dragon, the J-10 plane was originally designed for air-superiority role. It was later on revised to become an all-weather aircraft. The whole project was kept secret that its first photos came out only after 3-4 years after its maiden flight in 1998. It was in 2004 when this Chengdu aircraft entered service with Chinese air force, but it wasn’t revealed to the public until 2006. At present, there are 240 flight-worthy J-10 Chengdu aircrafts serving the People’s Liberation Army Air Force and People’s Liberation Army Naval Air Force.
Sculpted and painted with careful attention to details and according to original plane's blueprint
Comes with high-quality wooden base for easy display