Flight International 28 Sept-4 Oct: PC-6 flight test

This week Flightglobal publication Flight International asks if an avionics upgrade can equip Pilatus’s versatile PC-6 veteran to last another 50 years. Pilot Pete Collins takes the aircraft to Swiss skies and reports back.

On the cover is Pilatus PC-6 pictured over Switzerland in a photo by Pilatus. The venerable PC-6 is known for its ability to land almost anywhere from Alpine slopes to jungle clearings.

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Also featured this week are:
  • Swiss Precision: Just what makes alpine nation’s aerospace tick? We find out in a special report
  • Perpignan crash: French investigators say fatal XL Airways A320 handover flight poorly conceived from outset
  • JAGM shoot-off: Stakes high as rivals battle it out for multi-platform air-launched weapon contract

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