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  • DUBAI: Mushshak gets glass cockpit

    A Pakistan Aeronautical Complex MFI-395 Super Mushshak with a fully-integrated glass cockpit has appeared for the first...

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  • DUBAI: Mushshak gets glass cockpit

    News | 14 Nov 2011 10:34 | Greg Waldron

    A Pakistan Aeronautical Complex MFI-395 Super Mushshak with a fully-integrated glass cockpit has appeared for the first time in Dubai.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/DUBAI-Mushshak-gets-glass-cockpit-364745/
  • PAC set for F-16 work as it shelves K-8 plans

    News | 25 Jan 2005 00:00

    <p>Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) has shelved plans to assemble Hongdu K-8 Karakorum trainers, but is poised to gain work from an expected upgrade to Pakistan's Lockheed Martin F-16A/B fighters.</p> <p>Assembly of the K-8 jet trainer and Chengdu FC-1 lightweight fighter had previously been envisaged as part of both Chinese-Pakistani programmes, but a PAC official says that it is no longer viable to pursue local assembly of the K-8 because Islamabad is acquiring the aircraft too slowly. However, the company expects to begin assembling FC-1s from late next year.</p> <p>Pakistan, which has already purchased 12 K-8s, has abandoned plans to acquire over 50 additional aircraft at an accelerated rate and will instead spread a 32-aircraft acquisition out over several years. </p> <p>PAC will continue to supply Hongdu with K-8 subassemblies and will increase output of these components this year. </p> <p>The company now manufactures Mushshak piston trainers and several K-8 components, whhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/PAC-set-for-F-16-work-as-it-shelves-K-8-plans-192982/
  • PAC sells Mushshaks

    News | 25 Jan 2005 00:00

    <p>Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) has sold five civil variants of its Mushshak aerobatic trainer in South Africa and is in talks to sell another five.</p> <p>PAC aircraft manufacturing factory managing director Zakir Khan says five Mushshaks sold in the second half of last year will be delivered to private flying clubs in South Africa in May and June. Negotiations with PAC's South African agent Uni Group Holdings, for another five Mushshaks, are ongoing.</p> <p>The two-seat Mushshak is a version of the Saab Safari licence-manufactured in Pakistan.</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/PAC-sells-Mushshaks-193005/
  • PAC readies for assembly ramp up

    News | 23 Mar 2004 00:00

    <p>BRENDAN SOBIE / SINGAPORE</p> <p>Pakistani company will construct lightweight fighters and trainers for air force at Kamra factory and aims for exports </p> <p>Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) is preparing to begin assembling next year its first Chinese-developed FC-1/JF-17 lightweight fighters and K-8 Karakorum basic/ advanced trainers for the Pakistani air force and for potential export customers. </p> <p>The company's aircraft manufacturing plant in Kamra aims to build 50% of each aircraft sold outside China. It produces just under 20% of the K-8, and participates in the Chengdu Aircraft-led FC-1/JF-17 development programme.</p> <p>Chengdu is responsible for building all five prototype fighters for the joint Sino-Pakistani programme. But PAC will be in charge of final assembly for eight of the 16 initial production aircraft, which are due for completion by early 2007. Serial or high-rate production of the design will begin late the same year.</p> <p>PAC plans to build caphttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/PAC-readies-for-assembly-ramp-up-179193/
  • Pakistanis close to export trainer deal

    News | 28 Nov 2000 00:00

    <p>Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) says it is close to winning an export order for its Super Mushshak trainer from an unnamed Middle Eastern customer. </p> <p>PAC says a contract will be signed "soon" for the upgraded Mushshak version, which is a licence-built version of the Saab Supporter. Speaking at the International Defence Exhibition and Seminar 2000 in Karachi in early November, air force chief designate and PAC director general, Air Chief Marshal Mushaf Ali Mir, confirmed the imminent order. PAC can build 20-30 aircraft a year, which could be increased. </p> <p>Mir adds that the PAC's Kamra Avionics and Radar Factory completed its first Fiar Grifo 7 radar in October and is moving into series production.</p>http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Pakistanis-close-to-export-trainer-deal-123272/
  • World Air Forces listing N-R

    News | 24 Nov 1999 00:00

    <p>NAMIBIA</p> <p>NAMIBIA DEFENCE FORCE</p> <p>Namibia gained independence from South Africa in 1991. Its small defence force has been creating an air wing since an order was placed in 1994 for two SA315 Cheetahs and two SA316B Chetaks from India's Hindustan Aeronautics. The two Cheetahs were lost in a collision in 1999. The air element also has six ex-USAF Cessna 337/O-2A Super Skymasters and a Cessna F406 Caravan II for surveillance duties. Air transport is provided by a handful of Y-12s. These aircraft, with a Falcon 900 acquired in early 1992 and a Learjet 31 used for government/VIP transport, are based at Windhoek's downtown Eros airport.</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>NATO</p> <p>NATO AIRBORNE EARLY WARNING FORCE</p> <p>The NAEWF was established in January 1980 to provide a European AEW force. It was granted full NATO Command Headquarters status by the alliance's Defence Planning Committee in October the same year. It consists of two elements: 17 E-3A Sentrys at Geilenkirchen, Germanhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/World-Air-Forces-listing-N-R-58982/