ZHUHAI, China—Another round of new, stealthy-looking unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) has made its debut at China’s largest air show, but this time with a key difference. Two UAS unveiled this year—Casic’s Skyhawk and an unnamed product in one of Avic’s static display areas—appear to be real flying aircraft, either as demonstrators or advanced prototypes. That marks a change from a decade-old routine Airshow China. Since the cameo of the Dark Sword UAS ...

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