Shenyang J-15

RELEASE V8
Texture PBR.
New hud
SASL3 for xp11

J15 and Su-33 are similar airplane. The difference is the cockpit texture.

Release V6,
position weapons for release xp11.30

Realease V5,
Improved memory resources
Velocity trend adjonction.
Weapons details.
improved flight condition with low speed flaps.
Consumption fuel most real . ( data Saliut AL-31K )

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New,

Shenyang J-15 for x-plane version 11 and 10:

3-zone cockpit light adjustment
Autoflap on/off

The Shenyang J-15, also known as the Flying Shark, is a carrier based fighter in the development of the Company and Shenyang Aircraft Institute for the 601 carriers of the China People's Liberation Army Marine.

J-15 program was officially launched in 2006, and the J-15 first prototype made its maiden flight 31 August 2009 on suspicion of being powered by the Russian AL-31 turbofan provided pictures and video engines were still flying released in July 2010, showing the same design of the basic unit that the Su-33. In July 2011, it was reported FWS-10H turbofan was chosen to J-15 fighter, which has pushed up takeoff 12,800 kg, compared to FWS-10 turbofan 12.500 kg. Further improvements have also been made to make it better suited for carrier-based fighter requirement. May 6, 2010, the plane made its first flight of a simulated ski jump.
An article in the China Signpost believes the J-15 "exceeds or matches the aerodynamic capabilities of virtually all combat aircraft currently operated by regional military except the US F-22 Raptor probable" alleging that the J-15 probably has a higher ratio of 10% thrust-weight and wing loading of 25% less than the F / a-18E / F super Hornet.
A dual seat variant made its maiden flight on November 4, 2012. The general designer of J-15 is Mr. Sun Cong. The deputy general designer of J-15 is Mr. Wang Yongqing.

In December 2013 the Chinese media reported that the mass production of J-15s in full operational condition with fighting brands began.