basic trainer

basic trainer

An airplane used in basic pilot training, it is of a more complicated design and construction than a primary, or an ab-initio, trainer.
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India is executing defence projects using indigenous technologies and skills, including Advanced Towed Artillery Gun System (artillery modernisation), Basic Trainer Aircraft HTT-40 developed by HAL, indigenous naval systems viz.
The Super Mushshak meets the requirements of a modern primary training syllabus and is an ideal basic trainer for basic flight training and instrument flying.
Qatar in June this year signed a contract with Pakistan to purchase a number of Pakistan Aeronautical Complex's Super Mushshak (Proficient) fixed-gear basic trainer aircraft.
Produced at the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, the Super Mushshak is an advanced variant of the Mushshak basic trainer, which is used in providing flight training to pilots.
The trio was inching closer to completing their ' Stage One' training which included among other things successfully completing 55 hours of flying the Basic Trainer Aircraft ( BTA) Pilatus.
79 billion, which include Army trucks, combat utility helicopters, basic trainer aircraft and coast watch systems.
PPG Industries' aerospace coatings have been specified by Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) for the initial production of its HURKUS new-generation basic trainer for the Turkish Armed Forces, with the potential for additional aircraft if production is extended.
Newly acquired by Chinese interests with capital to spend, Mooney has embarked upon an aggressive plan to develop a basic trainer and a step-up personal airplane, both diesel powered and both sharing the same basic airframe.
India, the world's largest buyer of weapons, had signed a deal for 75 Pilatus Basic Trainer Aircraft in 2012 and has inducted 53 of them till now.
The design did develop into the BT-8, a basic trainer for the Anny, 30 of which were built.
The MFI-17 Mushshak is still used in its basic trainer role by countries including Egypt, Iran, Saudi Arabia, Oman and Syria.
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