Qatar has received the first batch of Super Mushshak trainers from Pakistan.
Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) has delivered its first batch of Super Mushshak trainers to the Qatari Emiri Air Force on Wednesday, Qatar’s MoD tweeted pictures of the arrival.
The Ministry of Defence’s moral guidance directorate announced the arrival of the first batch of the Pakistani primary trainer aircraft (Super Mushshak) in Doha.
The air force will operate the trainers at its al-Zaeem air academy. Qatar ordered eight aircraft to train the pilots before moving onto the Pilatus PC-21.
The Pakistani Super Mushshak aircrafts will provide training support to the pilot candidates of the college as these turbofan engine aircrafts are used in primary and fundamental military air training, in addition to parades and night flying. The MFI-17 Mushshak is produced by Pakistan Aeronautical Complex and consists of two or three seats, with a wingspan of 8.85 meters, length 7.15 meters and a maximum speed of 268 kilometers per hour.
The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) today took delivery of the first batch of 5 out of 10 Super Mushshak aircraft from Pakistan. The first batch of the trainer aircraft, which is for the primary flying training of NAF pilots at 401 Flying Training School, Kaduna, was received on arrival by the Air Officer Commanding Air Training Command, Air Vice Marshal Chris Okoye, the Nigerian Air Force said in a press statement Monday
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Pakistan is in talks with foreign customers to export its Super Mushshak trainers. Minister for Defence Production Rana Tanveer Hussain told Pakistani daily, Nation on Monday that the government is in contact with certain countries for the export of its trainers, and that Maldives and Azerbaijan are ready to buy it
Qatar has expressed interest to buy JF-17 fighter jets, Super Mushshak trainers from Pakistan. Qatari Defence Minister called on Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and expressed interest in buying Mushshak and JF-17 Thunder aircraft to strengthen bilateral defence ties, Tribune reported Thursday
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Pakistan will be exporting 100 MFI-395 Super Mushshak trainers to Turkey. The MFI-395 is an upgraded and locally manufactured variant of the MFI-17 Mushshak
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International orders for Pakistans Super Mushshak basic trainer aircraft have totaled 144 since 2016 making it one of the most successful aircraft projects to come out of Asia. In terms of the number of countries which ordered the Super Mushshak, the PAC-built plane has left behind better known brands in the crowded basic air force trainer market including the Pilatus PC-9, Beechcraft T-6A, Embraer Super Tucano, Korean KT-1 Woongbi and the Grob G 120TP
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