Pilatus is preparing to ramp up production of its PC-21 trainer now that market response to the program is gathering momentum. After a slow start, partly brought about by the crash of one of two prototypes early last year, the PC-21 program is gaining strength. Singapore this month committed to the trainer as part of a Lockheed Martin-led team to provide a 20-year basic training system. The deal includes 19 aircraft, with deliveries set to begin in early 2008 and service provision ...

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