Thursday, November 11, 2010
11:50 PM ASIAN DEFENCE No comments
Six types of precious relics became mew members of the Chinese Aviation Museum on the morning of Nov. 11, including the AN-26 transport plane, the F-7M fighter, the J-6 Supersonic fighter, the Shenyang JJ-5 aircraft, the Mi-6 helicopter and the Yak-18 aircraft, marking a milestone in the history of the Air Force.
The China Aviation Museum has collected 318 aircrafts representing 138 different types, other weaponry specimens and 15,000 pieces of cultural relics is the largest in Asia. Its collection is ranked fifth in the world out of professional aviation museums in the science and technology category.
By Zhang Qian, People's Daily Online