The Royal Jordanian Air Force is selling its Chinese-built CH-4 unmanned aircraft systems, having reportedly expressed unhappiness with their performance. Six CH-4s were added to a growing list of aircraft for sale published on the air force’s website on June 3. The list also includes several Airbus/CASA CN235 and C-295 airlifters, a dozen BAE Systems Hawk jet trainers that were donated to Jordan by the United Arab Emirates and six MD530 single-engine light helicopters. Air force ...

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