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Qatar, la Fuerza Aérea adquiere 24 aviones de entrenamiento Pilatus PC-21

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Qatar, la Fuerza Aérea adquiere 24 aviones de entrenamiento Pilatus PC-21

Mensaje por Sun Tzu el 25/7/2012, 9:26 pm

Qatar, la Fuerza Aérea adquiere 24 aviones de entrenamiento Pilatus PC-21.

Pilatus Aircraft Ltd ha anunciado hoy que la Fuerza Aérea del Emirato de Qatar (QEAF) firmó un contrato con el fabricante suizo de adquirir una completa PC-21 de entrenamiento, que consiste en una flota de 24 aviones turbohélice de entrenamiento PC-21 , un conjunto de activos con base en tierra de entrenamiento con un amplio apoyo logístico y de mantenimiento de paquetes. El QEAF seleccionado el PC-21 como avión de ala fija para el entrenamiento básico y avanzado después de una evaluación exhaustiva, tanto en Suiza y Qatar. El PC-21 fue considerado el mejor avión y el sistema de formación de todas las opciones disponibles en la actualidad. El PC-21 apoyará la formación de jóvenes pilotos de Qatar, en la recién creada Academia de la Fuerza Aérea. QEAF La Academia del Aire recibirá su primer avión en el medio de 2014, y la formación comenzará a mediados de 2015.

Las operaciones serán apoyadas directamente por Pilatus en virtud de un contrato de apoyo a largo plazo basado en el rendimiento. Con la Fuerza Aérea del Emirato de Qatar, el Pilatus añade otro nuevo cliente a su cartera y dice que está muy satisfecho de acoger el emirato con el aire cada vez mayor las fuerzas de clase mundial de capacitación de operación Pilatus plataformas. La compañía también dijo que para ser honrado por la confianza con el fin de apoyar la QEAF en su ambicioso proyecto para firmar el contrato. La compañía suiza ahora trabajará para desarrollar con éxito esta asociación, y ser capaz de entregar y apoyar a los aviones Pilatus de formación básica y avanzada PC-21.

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Mensaje por asterix el 25/7/2012, 10:51 pm

Se supone que es en vuelo por los arenas desérticas de la peninsula arabiga, FELICIDADES a QATAR...donde el dinero..hace los que sea.....




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Mensaje por XÓLOTL el 25/7/2012, 10:57 pm

Asterix:

Existe un entrenador alemán no sé si entre tus datos lo tengas sino podrías ayudarme a encontrarlo es mucho mejor que los de PILATUS.
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Mensaje por asterix el 25/7/2012, 11:05 pm

Estimado Xolotl:

Pues mire...solo tengo en mente este entrenador...QUE YA TIENE SUS AÑOS ENCIMA...fabricado en asociación Dassautl-Dornier, pero de eso ya tiene varios lustros......





Recuerdo otro a inicios de los 90`s....

el MAKO...pero se canceló...al no encontrar pedidos en firme....



http://indiandefenceboard.com/threads/cancelled-aircraft-projects.935/page-2


Un saludo.

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Mensaje por XÓLOTL el 25/7/2012, 11:11 pm

No es de hélices y está hermoso el diseño y por más que lo busco no lo hallo carajo es que con tanta info me cae que lo volé !!
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Mensaje por estril_02 el 25/7/2012, 11:15 pm

asterix escribió:recuerdo otro a inicios de los 90`s....

el MAKO...pero se canceló...al no encontrar pedidos en firme....



http://indiandefenceboard.com/threads/cancelled-aircraft-projects.935/page-2


Un saludo.


Este tiene un diseño stealth, como el F-22, nada mas eso falta, un entrenador furtivo jejeje pero en fin, si aun no pueden terminar uno sin defectos y caros.

El PC-21 es mas nuevo que el PC-9 como todos sabemos, pero es mejor en prestaciones que el T-6 Texan II?
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Mensaje por asterix el 25/7/2012, 11:23 pm

El PC-21 es mas nuevo que el PC-9 como todos sabemos, pero es mejor en prestaciones que el T-6 Texan II?

Los que saben dicen del PC-21, que es un Aviòn con prestaciones de Un JET..pero con motor turboprop.....


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Mensaje por PILATUS el 25/7/2012, 11:49 pm

asterix escribió:El PC-21 es mas nuevo que el PC-9 como todos sabemos, pero es mejor en prestaciones que el T-6 Texan II?

Los que saben dicen del PC-21, que es un Aviòn con prestaciones de Un JET..pero con motor turboprop.....


Un saludo.

Es la transición al "Eurofighter". Así de facil,y es superior al PC-9 y Texan II.
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España también lo compro,dejando al C-101 fuera ya.
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The Royal Saudi Air Force selects Pilatus PC-21 for Pilot Training
Pilatus Aircraft Ltd is pleased to announce that a contract has been signed with BAE Systems to supply the Royal Saudi Air Force (RSAF) with a fleet of 55 Pilatus PC-21 turboprop aircraft, together with an integrated ground based training system and a comprehensive logistics support package. This makes it by far the biggest ever order in the history of Pilatus.

Following agreement between the Governments of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, under the Saudi British Defence Cooperation Programme (SBDCP), deliveries of the aircraft, ground based training systems and the logistics support package are scheduled to commence in 2014. The aircraft will provide basic flying training in Riyadh to the RSAF and will replace the PC-9 with the state of the art PC-21 platform in the shortest possible time

Twenty-five years have passed since the initial batch of Pilatus PC-9 training aircraft were delivered to the RSAF under an agreement with BAE Systems. After so many years of sterling service the RSAF has selected the PC-21 aircraft and ground based training system following a thorough evaluation both here in Stans and under hot weather conditions in Riyadh Saudi Arabia.

This is yet another major success for Pilatus Aircraft Ltd, confirming the confidence and the trust our customers place in the quality of our aircraft and the cost effectiveness of our through life support services.

After Switzerland, Singapore and the UAE, Saudi Arabia is now the fourth country to procure the PC-21 aircraft. This is in line with today’s changing training philosophies which are required for advanced operational aircraft now coming into service with major air forces around the world.

Pilatus is very proud to continue serving the Royal Saudi Air Force by delivering and supporting the most advanced turboprop trainer aircraft in the world – the Pilatus PC-21.

Further media information is available from:
Oscar J. Schwenk, Chairman and CEO
Pilatus Aircraft Ltd, P.O. Box 992, 6371 Stans, Switzerland
Phone: 41 41 619 62 05, Fax: 41 41 619 60 34
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Indian Air Force Selects Pilatus PC-7 MkII Training System
Pilatus Aircraft Ltd is proud to announce that the Indian Air Force has entered today into a contract in excess of 500 Million Swiss Francs to procure a fleet of 75 PC-7 MkII turboprop aircraft, together with an integrated ground based training system and a comprehensive logistics support package. The contract also contains an option clause for extending the scope of this contract within three years from initial signature and we are optimistic that this will indeed be executed.

The Indian Air Force joins more than 30 other countries to modernise its training pipeline with the most modern, capable and cost effective system for Basic Flying Training on the market today. The Indian Air Force is the fourth largest air force in the world with approximately 170,000 personnel and 1,500 aircraft operating from more than 60 air bases. This contract will extend the fleet of Pilatus turboprop trainers to more than 900 aircraft operating worldwide.

Delivery of the aircraft and the complete training system is scheduled to commence in Q4 2012. The decision to select the PC-7 MkII training system was made after a thorough evaluation by the Indian Air Force, which looked at all available options. Pilatus Aircraft Ltd views this contract for the Indian Air Force as a major success and believes it will encourage other forces to take a close look at our pilot training solution.

Coupled to this award will be the establishment of in-country depot level maintenance capabilities, which includes the required transfer of technology to Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL), enabling in-country maintenance of the platform throughout its service life of over 30 years. Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) was established in 1940 with the Government of India as primary shareholder, having approximately 35,000 employees based at eight sites across India.

Pilatus has also entered into a separate off-set contract with the Government of India for 30% of the value of this contract and we view this as a major opportunity. Pilatus has significant confidence in the Indian Defence market with its highly skilled workforce and it is our intention to leverage the offset opportunity to establish manufacturing capability for the region in support of our business plans for India.

Pilatus Aircraft Ltd is committed to serving the Indian Air Force with its world renowned dedication to Swiss precision and quality, through delivering and supporting the most advanced Basic Flight Training turboprop trainer aircraft in the world – the Pilatus PC-7 MkII.

Further media information is available from:
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Phone: 41 41 619 62 05, Fax: 41 41 619 60 34
E-Mail: oschwenk@pilatus-aircraft.com

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Mensaje por Sun Tzu el 26/7/2012, 12:11 am

España también lo compro,dejando al C-101 fuera ya.



Ya lo compro? no sabia segun yo estaban evaluandolo.


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Pilatus es la empresa que mas ha vendido atravez del Mundo.
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Mensaje por PILATUS el 26/7/2012, 12:12 am

Sun Tzu escribió:
España también lo compro,dejando al C-101 fuera ya.



Ya lo compro? no sabia segun yo estaban evaluandolo.

Ahí están las imágenes,no mienten.
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United Arab Emirates (UAE) selects PC-21
Pilatus Aircraft Ltd is proud to announce that the United Arab Emirates (UAE) Air Force & Air Defense (AF&AD) has entered into a contract in excess of 500 Million Swiss Francs to procure a fleet of 25 PC-21 turboprop aircraft, together with an integrated ground based training system and a comprehensive logistics support package.

After Switzerland and Singapore, the UAE is now the third country to revolutionise its training pipeline with the most modern and most advanced turbo trainer aircraft on the market today.

Delivery of the aircraft and the complete training system is scheduled to commence in 2011, paving the way for basic and advanced flying training in the UAE to be in line with the 4th generation equipment already in service in the front line squadrons, enabling the UAE AF&AD to continue to produce first class pilots for these demanding platforms.

The decision to select the PC-21 training system was made after an extremely tough and thorough evaluation by the UAE, which looked at all available options. It is a major success for Pilatus Aircraft Ltd in the Middle East and we believe it will encourage other forces in the region and beyond to take a close look at our pilot training solution.

As a partner to the UAE AF&AD for more than 25 years, in supporting the existing fleet of PC-7 trainer aircraft, this award is proof positive of the confidence and trust our customer has bestowed on Pilatus Aircraft Ltd for securing the future of their basic and advanced flying training requirements. Once Pilatus always Pilatus.

Pilatus Aircraft Ltd is committed to continue serving the UAE AF&AD with its world renowned dedication to Swiss precision and quality, through delivering and supporting the most advanced turbo trainer aircraft in the world the Pilatus PC-21.


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Mensaje por PILATUS el 26/7/2012, 12:14 am

Ni "Embraer",Ni "Raython" tiene estas ventas.
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Succesful Pilatus PC-21 demonstration tour
A Pilatus PC-21 aircraft, HB-HZD, has just arrived back in Switzerland after completing an extremely successful demonstration tour through the Middle East, Asia and Australia from November 2009 to April 2010. The tour included a lap of Australia from 11th February to 16th March.

The PC-21 was away from its home base of Stans Switzerland for 5 months and flew 144 flying hours, much of this unsupported. The PC-21 visited 13 countries and participated in Airshows at Dubai, Al Ain, Singapore and Point Cook. The ferry flights from Switzerland to Australia and return, accomplished using external tanks, involved a total of 34 flights and was completed on schedule and with no problems.

The Australian Tour Statistics
During the Australian sector of the tour the single aircraft:

flown by 2 pilots,
supported by only 3 technical staff,
over 4 weeks,
flew 6 aerobatic displays (including Lake Burley Griffin, Pt Cook Air Pageant and the World Superbike Championship race at Phillip Island),
visited 11 defence bases,
provided 51 demonstration flights,
completed over 60 hours flight time,
flew a total of 70 flights (an average of 3½ sorties per flying day from one aircraft), and
completed 142 landings.
All with 100% availability.

PC-12 Support
The PC-21 trainer was also supported in Australia by a PC-12, which was in the “combi” configuration to transport the technical staff and all spares and support equipment. This was aided by the large freight door, which is a standard fit on the PC-12, and the Class-Leading payload, range and economy combination.

The Pilatus Pilot Training System
The PC-21 tour provided the Australian Defence Force with the opportunity to experience some key elements of a modern, purpose designed and harmonized Pilot Training System – allowing project officers, stakeholders and decision makers to become more informed for the forthcoming aircrew training projects.

The PC-21 aircraft and training systems can provide a single aircraft training solution across the current pilot training spectrum. By then combining the PC-21 with a PC-12 fleet and the complementary synchronized modular training system, the Pilatus system can also provide flexibility to expand into any planned, or unforeseen, aspects of Defence Force aircrew training such as Air Combat Officer training, either in the classroom, in the rear cabin of a PC-12 or, for Super Hornet Air Combat Officers, in the rear seat of the PC-21. This combined training system effectively reduces three aircraft types to two whilst also augmenting a fourth type.

The Pilatus solution will provide the Defence Force with the tools needed for Forward Air Control (FAC) and Joint Terminal Air Controller (JTAC) Training, the elementary phases of Lead In Fighter course, cost effective initial training for multi crew aircraft types, light transport capability and allows the Lead In Fighter aircraft to mature upwards into the void which could exist between the current top end of Lead In Fighter capability and the demanding entry point into the Joint Strike Fighter.

The PC-21 is the only completely new training aircraft in this market and hence has the highest degree of flexibility and integration opportunities to allow it to occupy the space of several of the key components of the current ADF pilot training spectrum. The aircraft was designed to provide a complete training system, and not to be a standalone platform that the training system needs to be designed around. This is essential to satisfy the complex and challenging requirements of a tri-service Defence Pilot Training system.

Additional Pilatus PC-21 information
Pilatus, as a world recognized specialist in military training aircraft, has an excellent reputation both in Australia and in the international pilot training field. Also, the PC-21 was designed to meet the rigorous capability and efficiency demands of a modern Air Force. Aerodynamically, the PC-21 has a higher specific excess power than any of its turboprop competitors. This enables it to fly at over 320 kts at low altitude and dive at 370 kts. It also climbs faster than its competitors. The high wing loading gives it a more representative handling characteristic, both in ride quality and in turn rates for tactical formation training. Unlike competing aircraft that outsource their avionics system, Pilatus has full control over the training capabilities of the PC-21 because the avionics and training system was developed as an integral part of the aircraft design. There are three large 6in x 8in displays in each cockpit. Two of the displays are devoted to mission system training, such as navigation, air to air radar and air to ground radar training. The centre Primary Flight Display is backed up by two standby instruments for redundancy. In addition to the integrated mission system, the PC-21 has an option of twin civil Flight Management Systems and an autopilot. It also has HOTAS, a head-up display and all instrumentation is night vision goggle compatible. Computer-based training, cockpit procedure trainers and an operational flight simulator have been developed to support training. This was instigated alongside the aircraft development programme to provide the end-used with a fully integrated training system.

The PC-21 was designed, from the initial concept stage, to provide flexibility to the curriculum developers and training schools, both in the use of the aircraft and systems, but also in the ease of changing software and displays.

The engine is a Pratt and Whitney PT6A-68B, developing 1600 SHP. It has a unique power management system that regulates power as a function of airspeed. This improves the handling characteristic of the aircraft for students in the early phase of training.

Further media information is available from:
Rob Oliver, Director Defence Australia
Pilatus Australia Pty Ltd, 108 Raymond St, Sale, VIC 3850
Phone: 61 (0)3 5149 5428, Fax: 61 (0)3 51432189
E-Mail: roliver@pilatus.com.au

Neil Smorthit, Regional Sales Manager
Pilatus Aircraft Ltd, P.O. Box 992, 6371 Stans, Switzerland
Phone: 41 41 619 33 17, Fax: 41 41 610 92 30
E-Mail: nsmorthit@pilatus-aircraft.com
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ilatus wins PC-21 follow-up order from the Swiss Air Force
Pilatus Aircraft Ltd is delighted that the Swiss Air Force is to expand its successful PC-21 Jet Pilot Training System (JEPAS) with a follow-up order for two further PC-21 turboprop training aircraft with logistics and engineering services, plus another debriefing system. The contract with armasuisse, the Procurement and Technology Unit of the Swiss Federal Department of Defence, Civil Protection and Sport (DDPS), was signed in Stans on 17 December 2010, and is worth some 30 million Swiss francs. Delivery is scheduled for the first half of 2012.

The Swiss Air Force took delivery of a fleet of six Pilatus PC-21 training aircraft in summer 2008. Since 2009, young Swiss Air Force pilots transfer directly to the F/A-18 fighter jet after basic training on the NCPC-7 and thorough instruction on the PC-21 Jet Pilot Training System (JEPAS). The PC-21’s state-ofthe- art cockpit is designed to simulate the functionalities of a modern combat aircraft and enables the operator to train pertinent skills at a very early stage of training. As a result, trainee pilots can safely bypass the expensive jet trainer phase.

Oscar J. Schwenk, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Directors, comments as follows on the contract: “The Swiss Air Force has achieved its main goal inpurchasing the PC-21s, which is to train future military pilots to a higher standard in a shorter timeframe with the help of a high-performance, cost-effective training system designed to allow a direct transfer to the F/A-18 fighter jet. We are tremendously proud of the Swiss Air Force for their pioneering work! Our innovative PC-21 training system is creating a stir, and has also attracted the attention of numerous other air forces.”

Pilatus Aircraft Ltd is very pleased to have been awarded this follow-up order, and is proud to see the JEPAS PC-21 training programme used by the Swiss Air Force with such success. As partner to the Swiss Air Force and armasuisse, Pilatus would like to reiterate its commitment to customer service, Swiss precision and uncompromising quality in every respect.

Further media information is available from:
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Mensaje por Sun Tzu el 26/7/2012, 12:19 am

PILATUS escribió:
Sun Tzu escribió:
España también lo compro,dejando al C-101 fuera ya.



Ya lo compro? no sabia segun yo estaban evaluandolo.

Ahí están las imágenes,no mienten.


no pues no digo que mientan se que estaban ahi para eveluarlo pero hasta donde yo sabia no hay la compra en firme, al menos en eso me quede yo.


saludos


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Mensaje por PILATUS el 26/7/2012, 12:21 am

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Mensaje por PILATUS el 26/7/2012, 12:22 am

Sun Tzu escribió:
PILATUS escribió:
Sun Tzu escribió:



Ya lo compro? no sabia segun yo estaban evaluandolo.

Ahí están las imágenes,no mienten.


no pues no digo que mientan se que estaban ahi para eveluarlo pero hasta donde yo sabia no hay la compra en firme, al menos en eso me quede yo.


saludos

Pues se compraron 50.

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