Pakistan tests indigenously built fighter jet

Pakistan on Friday announced that it had successfully tested its first ever ‘completely indigenously built fighter aircraft’. A government spokesperson said that the flight lasted 2 minutes and met all flight parameters successfully. “It was what we would like to call a textbook flight and we are happy to report that all flight parameters were successfully met. We are looking at inducting these fighter planes in Pakistan Air Force by 2040 and these jets can compete with any of the planned 5th generation fighter aircraft with one wing tied behind its back,” the over enthusiastic spokesperson said. Humor Unplugged’s Islamabad correspondent was able to get an exclusive picture of the aircraft during the test flight. 

The test flight: A proud PAF pilot couldn't hide his excitement
on board the first Pakistani fighter jet


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