Pilatus PC-9

The PC-9 is a tandem-seat military flight trainer. A PC-9 prototype first flew in May 1984, followed by initial deliveries in 1986; the PC-9M was introduced in 1997. The PC-9M is powered by a single 1,150-shp Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-62 turboprop engine. Approximately 280 aircraft were built...

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