Also the WS-11 and the Kunlun core.
Then there are turbojets. There is no nation outside the P5 with a list that even comes remotely close in mil-aviation engines. Even a highly developed Western nation like Sweden who is the most successful mil aircraft producer in Europe after France and the UK depends on American engines.
Co. des. a/c dry (lbs) wet (lbs)
Liming WP6 J-6, JJ-6, Q-5/-5I/-5IA/-5II, A-5C/K 5,732 8,929
Liming WP6A Q-51, A-5M 6,614 8,267
Liming WP6B J-12 5,511 8,929
Liming WP7 J-7 8,598 12,676
Liming WP7A J-8 9,698 13,265
Liyang WP7B J-7, JJ-7, J-8I 9,700 13,448
Liyang WP7C J-7I/II 9,588 13,623
Liyang WP7F J-7E 9,921 14,330
XAE WP8 H-6 20,944
Liyang WP13 J-7III, J-8II 'Finback-B' 9,039 14,550
Liyang WP13A II J-7III, J-8II 'Finback-B' 9,590 14,815
Liyang WP13B J-8II 'Finback-B' 15,430
The vast majority of the aircraft built in China's were military jets. Fighters in particular which meant turbojets.
AVIC I affiliates 50000 plus aviation engines
AVIC II affiliates 23600 aviation engine
AVIC II owns 81 subordinate industrial enterprises, research institutes and other organizations (including 50 percent shares of CATIC).
Its main business scope covers the development and production of aero-products for both military and civil a-pplications, which include helicopter, transporter, trainer, attacker, general aircraft, UAVs and their related en-gines and airborne equipment, etc. Since the foundation of the P.R.C., AVIC II's subordinate enterprises have produced accumulatively more than 6,100 aircraft (incl. 660 odd helicopters), 23,600 engines and 10,000 tact-ical missiles.