China’s J-20 stealth fighters can fly at an altitude of more than 20,000 metres – an important factor in the Himalayas. Photo: ReutersChina’s J-20 stealth fighters can fly at an altitude of more than 20,000 metres – an important factor in the Himalayas. Photo: Reuters
China’s J-20 stealth fighters can fly at an altitude of more than 20,000 metres – an important factor in the Himalayas. Photo: Reuters

China-India border dispute: advanced fighter jets sent to nearby airbases

  • Two J-20s seen at Hotan airbase in China’s Xinjiang region, while India has deployed five new Rafales to Ladakh, according to media reports
  • As tensions remain high, the two neighbours are seeking to gain the advantage on the roof of the world

Topic |   India
China’s J-20 stealth fighters can fly at an altitude of more than 20,000 metres – an important factor in the Himalayas. Photo: ReutersChina’s J-20 stealth fighters can fly at an altitude of more than 20,000 metres – an important factor in the Himalayas. Photo: Reuters
China’s J-20 stealth fighters can fly at an altitude of more than 20,000 metres – an important factor in the Himalayas. Photo: Reuters
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