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

The single-engine piston aircraft is used as a basic trainer by the Pakistan air force. A previous variant, the MFI-17 Mushshak, is used in the basic trainer role by Pakistan, Egypt, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Oman, and Syria.

Pakistan Aeronautical Complex Super Mushshak

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Pakistan hopes to market the Super Mushshak both for military and commercial use. "You can use it both in the air force, or on the golf course," said a PAC marketing executive.

The Super Mushshak features two large multi-function displays, one each for the pilot and co-pilot. It is on the static line next to the JF-17 fighter.

Source: Flight Daily News