Top 5 future fighter jets of 2020

AeroTime Daily News | December 30, 2019
The emergence of new global powers is pushing armed forces to reconsider the battlefield of tomorrow. With aerial superiority likely to become once again a priority, manufacturers are already outlining the future of fighter jets.
A Fokker 100 aircraft belonging to Bek Air lost altitude and crashed into a building during takeoff near Almaty (Kazakhstan) on December 27, 2019. There were 98 people onboard; initial reports indicate that at least 12 of them have not survived the accident.
Hyundai Development Company (HDC) and Mirae Asset Daewoo announced that the two sides entered an agreement with Kumho Industrial to initially acquire Kumho Industrial‘s 31% stake in Asiana Airlines for $2.2 billion (W2.5 trillion).
On Christmas Eve, a Russian fifth-generation Sukhoi Su-57 fighter jet crashed in Komsomolsk-on-Amur during a test flight. Three days later, media reports emerged that the Algerian Air Force decided to acquire 14 copies of the aircraft.
The German leisure airline, a former subsidiary of the now-bankrupt Thomas Cook, announced several new routes from Berlin-Schönefeld (SXF) to holiday destinations in Southern Europe. Starting from June 2020, Condor will fly from Germany’s capital to destinations in the Canary Islands, Greece and Italy.
In collaboration with the Brazilian armed forces, Embraer demonstrated the airdrop capacity of the KC-390 Millennium, a critical feature for the airlifter.
The sixth prototype of Chinese commercial passenger aircraft C919, 106, made its first flight on December 27, 2019. The prototype is the last of six aircraft to be used for testing prior to the airliner certification and service entry, expected in 2021. 
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