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 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.