China will debut the Y-20 heavy air freighter and other advanced aircraft and weaponry this November at the 10th China International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition, also known as Airshow China.
"There will be more than 120 aircraft from 39 countries and regions at this year's Airshow, including the popular Airbus A380 and [China's] J-10 fighter," He Ningka, mayor of Zhuhai, in Guangdong Province, host city of the Airshow, told reporters at a Tuesday press conference.
"Besides, the Aviation Industry Corporation of China will present its Y-20, FC-1 fighter planes and the Leadair AG300 business aircraft," said He.
The FD2000 air-defense missile and C601 anti-ship missile will be presented at the show.
As first-time sponsors for Airshow China, China North Industries Group Corporation and China South Industries Group Corporation will also display ground force weaponry, including Red Arrow-8 anti-tank missiles, according to vice presidents from the two groups, according to Global Times.