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This is what China's first plane looked like

Updated: 2011-05-06 10:40


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This is what China's first plane looked like
File photo provided by Hongdu Aviation Industry Group shows CJ5, the first plane of the People's Republic of China. Hongdu Aviation Industry Group in East China's Nanchang city is a division of the China Aviation Industry Corp (AVIC) and a main base for research and manufacturing of trainers, UAV, general airplanes and missiles. The plane maker is a main base for export of aviation products. Founded in 1951, Hongdu made the first plane of People's Republic of China in July 1954.[Photo/Xinhua]

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