A Pilatus PC-21 two-seat turboprop military trainer crashed on Jan. 13, killing the company's chief test pilot, Andy Ramseier. The accident occurred at Buochs airfield, Switzerland, while practicing for an air show. Eye witnesses said the aircraft banked hard before hitting the ground. The aircraft came to rest inverted and largely intact. An official enquiry has been launched by the Swiss Federal Office for Civil Aviation (FOCA) and the remaining PC-21 prototype has been grounded. Pilatus ...

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