Pilatus PC-21 The PC-21 two-seat trainer has five hardpoints for armament training. Development began in 1998, and a prototype made its first flight in July 2002. Certification was achieved in December 2004. Power is provided by a 1,600-shp. Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-68B turboprop engine. The PC-21 faces competition from the Embraer Super Tucano and Hawker Beechcraft T-6.

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