Pilatus PC-7

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Swiss Air Force Pilatus PC-7 (cropped).jpg
PC-7 Team of the Swiss Air Force
Role Light trainer aircraft
Manufacturer Pilatus Aircraft
First flight 12 April 1966 (prototype)
18 August 1978 (production)
Introduction 1978
Status In service, in production
Primary users Indian Air Force
Mexican Air Force
South African Air Force
Royal Malaysian Air Force
Produced 1966–present
Number built >618
Developed from Pilatus P-3
Variants Pilatus PC-9

Pilatus PC-7 is a low-wing training aircraft. It is made by the Swiss company Pilatus Aircraft.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Training - Bridging the gap." Archived 16 June 2019 at the Wayback Machine Flight International, 10 July 2001.

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