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Pilatus
PC-9

The Pilatus PC-9  is a powerful evolution of the Pilatus PC-7 turbo trainer with a larger cockpit and ventral airbrake. It retains the overall successful layout of its predecessor, but it has very little structural commonality with it.

 

The PC-9M has three hard-points under each wing and can be fitted with two Rocket Pods, aerial rockets and two heavy machine guns. In a secondary role, the aircraft can be equipped with a jammer for electronic counter measures to avoid anti aircraft defence and other combat aircraft .

 

Since 1985, more than 250 airframes have been produced across five different variants and the type is employed by a number of military and civilian operators around the world.

A sneak peak of our
pILATUS pc-9 Profiles

** shop coming soon

Here is a selection of our Pilatus PC-9 side profiles - We currently have a number of profile designs available in various configurations. They will be available shortly for online purchase via the e-shop, however in the meantime visit our facebook shop through the link below or get in touch via the contact form.

Irish Air Force | Croatian Air Force | Slovenian Air Force | Bulgarian Air Force 

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A closer look at our PC-9 Profiles

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Our illustrations are an accurate representation of the actual aircraft design, printed using the finest material and best-in-breed printing technology to create a high-quality product you will treasure for years to come.

Check out our 'Info on Prints' page for pricing and the process behind each print.

did you know?

The PC-9 has a prominent windscreen configuration and single piece canopy
resembling the one of the Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcon.

The primary turboprop trainer aircraft of the US Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps; the T-6B Texan II, is a derivative of the PC-9.

The PC-9 is able to carry more than 1000 kg of ammo including Mk82, AIM-9L missiles, gun pods & 2.75 inch unguided rockets in various combinations.

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