Pilatus expects to introduce its newest entry into the trainer market during a rollout from the Swiss company's Stans headquarters in late April, and fly for the first time in May or June. The PC-21 follows the company's PC-7 and PC-9 into the trainer marketplace. The PC-9 was the basis for the modified Raytheon Aircraft T-6 Texan 2 trainer entering service with the U.S. Air Force and Navy. The PC-21 has a longer fuselage and a shorter wingspan than its predecessor. The PC-9's ...

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