The KT-1 is a turboprop-powered, two-seat military basic trainer, the first prototype of which initially flew in 1991. The first two KT-1 prototypes were powered by the 550-shp Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-25A turboprop engine; subsequent aircraft are fitted with 950-shp PT6A-62 engines. KAI has also developed a forward-air-control version of the KT-1 called the KO-1, which is fitted with four hardpoints across its wing. KAI built approximately 157 units through 2012, including five ...

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