The PC-21 is a 1,600-shp. Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-68B turboprop-powered tandem-seat trainer. Incorporated in the PC-21 design are five hardpoints, making armament training possible, as well as an electronic power management system for the engine, simulating a variety of power settings tailored to particular training needs. Development of the PC-21 began in 1998, an initial prototype made its first flight in July 2002 and certification was achieved in December 2004. The PC-21 faces ...

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