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Saturday, January 8, 2011

K- 8 Light Attack Aircraft

Alternative names: JL-8, L-11, K-8E

Derivatives: (1) with U.S.-made TFE731-2A turbofan
                 (2) with Ukrainian-made AI-25TL turbofan
                 (3) with China-made WS-11 turbofan, AI-25TL clone, (L-11)
                 (4) K-8V (simulator)

Origin: jointly developed by China's Hongdu Aviation Industry Group (HAIG) and Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC)

Produced by: China (with AI25-TL & WS-11)
                    Pakistan (with TFE731-2A)
                    Egypt (with TFE731-2A)
                    Myanmar (with WS-11)

Current operators: China (400) (JL-8)
                           Pakistan (120) (K-8P)
                           Egypt (120) (K-8E)
                           Myanmar (60) (L-11)
                           Venezuela (18)
                           Indonesia (12)
                           Sudan (12)
                           Zimbabwe (12)
                           Zambia (8)
                           Bolivia (6)
                           Tanzania (6)
                           Sri Lanka (4)
                           Ghana (4)
                           Namibia (4)

Usage; Jet Trainer
           Light attack aircraft (counterinsurgency)
Equipment- (1) Avionics: EFIS-86 system, with twin-MFD, VHF/UHF radio, VHF landing/navigation, TATAN system, and air data computer.
                 (2) Weapons: four 250kg bombs, a 23mm cannon, short-range air-to-air missiles (Magic R550)

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