Iran Now Wants To Sell Its Own Fighter Jet And Has Already Made Agreements With Russia, China And Indonesia

The Iranian government has said that it is now ready to export its own fighter jet. Here is a report from Press TV, which states that Iran has already made deals with Russia, China and Indonesia:

Iran says it is ready to export domestically built fighter jets after showcasing them to potential buyers during an upcoming air show on Kish Island.

Brigadier General Abdoklarim Banitarafi, head of Iran Aviation Industries Organization (IAIO), made the announcement on Monday, before the air show’s opening ceremony.

“We have already taken the necessary steps to export products that we are authorized to sell,” he told reporters, noting that Tehran will resume selling trainer jets as well.

Iran unveiled its first domestically designed and manufactured fighter jet named “Kowsar” during a defense show in Tehran in August.

The fourth-generation Iranian fighter jet is equipped with “advanced avionics and fire control systems” and can be used for short aerial support missions.

The plane can be manufactured in both single- and double-cockpit types, the latter of which can be used for advanced pilot training missions in addition to its combat capability, according to Fars news agency.

Banitarafi said Iran had already reached export agreements with China, Russia and Indonesia.

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