An airshow at the 13th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition, in Zhuhai, Guangdong Province, September 28, 2021. /CFP

The 14th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition will be held from November 8 to 13 in Zhuhai City, south China’s Guangdong Province, officials said at a press conference about the event on Tuesday.

Some of the world’s top equipment – ranging from military drones, missiles and airplane engines to spacecraft – will be on display, according to the officials.

Some of the equipment, especially the 20-series military airplanes, will be showcased by top performers. People’s Liberation Army (PLA) active duty helicopters will fly at the airshow for the first time.

Ground force weapons like tanks, rockets and missiles will be on display, including 52 items debuting from China North Industries Group Corporation Limited and 287 products showcased by China South Industries Group Corporation.

China Electronics Corporation said they will show how information technology can reshape battlefield commanding “in a systematic way.”

Space tech is also an important part of the airshow. A full-size model of China’s space station will debut, according to China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, which will showcase a total of 135 items.

The Aero Engine Corporation of China will also bring out their latest rocket engines, including the Taihang series, hybrid and hydrogen engines.

To be held both online and offline, the airshow will use augmented reality and virtual reality technology to give visitors an immersive experience, making the show “never end,” the organizers told media.

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