Pilatus plans to upgrade its remaining PC-21 prototype and add the first production aircraft to the test program to offset the loss of one of the trainers in a crash last month. A week after the second of two PC-21 prototypes (HB-HZB) crashed during flight operations at the Buochs, Switzerland, airfield near Stans, Swiss safety authorities lifted the grounding they had placed on the remaining prototype (HB-HZA). Authorities for the civil aviation agency say their preliminary examinations ...

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