The production of J-10 and Xiaolong fighter planes resumed five days after the earthquake, according to China Aviation Industry Corporation I.
China Aviation Industry Corporation I is an important production base for modern fighter planes. Its Jian-10 and Xiaolong fighters reflect the level of China's aviation industry. The second day after the earthquake, the corporation organized staff to conduct a survey about damages to buildings, equipment and parts; and worked out a plan. Production fully resumed five days after the quake.
J-10 fighter (file photo)
By May 14, work at the flight test station was back to normal. At present, system modification for the Xiaolong fighter has been completed; and the generator change for the J-7G model has been finished too.
Xiaolong fighter (file photo)
An official with China Aviation Industry Corporation I said that the 2008 objectives of the Chengdu Aircraft Industrial Group will not change. Sales revenue is expected to reach 10 billion yuan.By People's Daily Online