China to develop new J-20 variants, begin research on ‘sixth-generation’ fighter, says report

China is looking to develop new variants of the Chengdu Aircraft Industry Group (CAIG) J-20 ‘fifth-generation’ multirole fighter aircraft and is preparing to commence research on a ‘sixth-generation’ fighter, the China Daily newspaper reported on 13 March.
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Source: IHS Jane’s 360
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