Home-grown Kosar fighter jet makes airshow debut over Tehran
Tehran (KNA) - Iran’s home-grown fighter jet dubbed ‘Kosar’ made its first training airshow flight over the skies of the Capital Tehran on Tuesday.
The newly-developed aircraft is a twin-engine military fighter, which is capable of carrying various weapons and is used for short aerial support missions.
Kosar is equipped with the fourth generation of avionics systems, and it can carry various kinds of missiles and bombs that are designed and manufactured domestically and there will be no need for any foreign help.
The Army staff performed a training maneuver over the capital’s skies on Tuesday morning with a Kosar fighter, along with three other jets, namely a domestically-built advanced supersonic trainer fighter jet, named Saeqeh, a MiG-29 fighter, and an F-5 warplane.