Pilatus is ceasing production of its PC-6 Porter multirole aircraft—which has been produced without interruption since 1959. Production will end in early 2019, although customer support will continue for “at least” the next 20 years, the airframer said. In 2016, Pilatus delivered nine of the type—known for its short-takeoff-and-landing (STOL) capabilities—and none during the first six months of 2017. In all, the company has produced some 500 PC-6 aircraft at ...

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