Aviation Week & Space Technology

Aviation Week & Space Technology, January 23, 2017

With a greater focus on value for money, the customers for military trainers want aircraft that will allow militaries to squeeze as much learning in the flying hour as possible. On the cover, two PC-21s fly over the Swiss Alps. Pilatus photo by Jerome Zbinden. The turboprop has captured a significant share of the trainer market in Europe and the Middle East. Also: NASA X-plane plan | Face to face with Embraer’s new CEO | SpaceX returns to flight

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