RAAF: Pilatus PC-9/A

The Pilatus PC-9 is a single-engine, low-wing tandem-seat turboprop training aircraft manufactured by Pilatus Aircraft of Switzerland. The PC-9's first flight was made in May '84 after which certification was achieved in September '85. "PC-9/A" Two-seat basic trainer built specifically for the Royal Australian Air Force. Built under licence in Australia by Hawker de Havilland. RAAF have 4 modified PC-9/A for Forward Air Control in grey, fitted with smoke grenade dispensers for target marking.
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RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A - Photo by: Ian Hitchcock

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A - Photo by: Ian Hitchcock

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A - Photo by: Ian Hitchcock

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A - Photo by: Ian Hitchcock

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A (in CAS colours)

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A (in CAS colours)

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A

RAAF Pilatus PC-9/A

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