Three significant Chinese unmanned aircraft appeared for the first time at Airshow China Nov. 1-6 , including two jets. Avic presented its new Cloud Shadow jet and a greatly expanded development of its Wing Loong propeller-driven series at the show, while China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp. (CASC)  displayed the CH-5, a jet-propelled follow-on from its established CH-4. All three new types appeared in the form of aircraft parked on the apron at the site of the show, not ...

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