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  • PAC
    the light robust basic trainer cum surveillance aircraft Mushshak the Super Mushshak a variant with a more powerful engine cockpit air conditioning electric instruments and several other improvements the Baaz and Ababeel low speed target drones for anti aircraft gunnery training and development and manufacture with NAMC of China of the K 8 Karakoram jet trainer aircraft a few of which are already flying with the Pakistan Air Force In addition the AMF has excellent facilities to rebuild and repair the Mushshak at factory level along with after sales spares support to Mushshak operators worldwide AMF also has the skills and capabilities of conventional CNC machining sheet metal forming hand layup contact suction hot press moulding stretch moulding gravity moulding reaction injection moulding mould die and pattern making in woodwork surface treatment painting heat treatment tig welding AC and DC electric arc welding gas welding bronzing soldering tube banding material testing spectroanalysis tensile testing precision measurement chemical analysis CNS calibration co ordinate measurement mould dies and fixture designing in tooling facility CNC copy milling and EDM spark erosion milling A four seat trainer for flying club use is under development by the AMF Kamra Avionics and Radar Factory KARF KARF the fourth factory of PAC came into operation in 1987 It is an electronics centre with proven capabilities for rebuilding of radars control and reporting centres CRC generators and manufacture and repair of avionics systems Currently it is producing ESM equipment and airborne radar systems All production activities are carried out in large spaciously built shops equipped with state of the art machinery Apart from the production of BMJK 8602 RWR and Fiar Grifo 7 radar systems and the overhauling of pulse Doppler radars control and reporting centres and generators KARF offers services in many fields such as surface mount

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  • PADC
    Philippine Air Force 24 Agusta S 211 jet trainers 16 of 18 SF 260TP turboprop trainers and 44 BO 105s Six Lancair ESs and two Lancair IVs were being assembled from PAI kits in 1999 for delivery to the Philippine National Police PNP PADC has maintenance repair overhaul centre for Rolls Royce 250 series turbine engines and for Textron Lycoming and Teledyne Continental piston engines of up to 298 kW 400 hp its Maintenance and Engineering Department undertakes FMS work on 250 C30 engines for Sikorsky helicopters and 250 B17 turboprops and propellers for PAF Nomads PADC s 30 70 per cent joint venture with Eurocopter known as Eurocopter Philippines offers sales and after sales service and assembly of Eurocopter helicopters from CKD kits Two Ecureuils have been supplied to the PNP and one to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources DENR PADC s latest known venture is a partnership with National Airmotive Corporation NAC of the USA to establish a centre in the Philippines to support the aviation needs of Southeast Asia and especially the needs of the Philippine Air Force regarding overhaul of Rolls Royce T56 501 and 250 series engines QEC overhaul and repair propeller refurbishment

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/directory/p/1187-padc.html (2016-02-13)
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  • PAI
    ES kits per month Planned monthly rate for 2000 was three Lancair IV two Lancair ES and six fast built Legacy 2000 kits The first batch of Legacy 2000 kits was shipped to the USA at the end of June 2000 Contact Details Address 25 First Avenue Mactan Export Processing Zone Lapu Lapu City 6015 Philippines Tel 63 32 334 02 83 84 86 Fax 63 32 334 02 85

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  • PAM
    an individual lifting vehicle Contact Details Address PO Box 80 Williamsburg Virginia 23187 USA Tel 1 757 229 03 67 Fax 1 757 229 73 80 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N

    Original URL path: http://www.aviamarket.org/directory/p/1180-pam.html (2016-02-13)
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  • Pilatus PC-12
    scheme involves PC 12s of Alpha Flying s PlaneSense programme at Nashua New Hampshire USA Similar scheme introduced 2001 by Lions Air TimeJet of Zurich Switzerland COSTS Basic price US 2 712 760 2002 Direct operating cost US 359 29 per hour mid 2003 DESIGN FEATURES Able to fly three 200 n mile 370 km 230 mile sectors in 6 hour flight approved for single pilot VFR IFR operation into known icing Low wing monoplane with tapered wing and T tail latter s mounting reduces trim changes with power CG range 13 to 46 per cent of MAC Modifications following early flight trials include introduction of winglets increased wing span paired elevators instead of single surface sweptback tailplane elevator tips addition of tailplane fin bullet fairing and enlarged dorsal fin and ventral strakes Wing sections modified NASA GA W 1 series LS 1 0417 MOD at root and LS 1 0313 at tip FLYING CONTROLS Conventional and manual Actuation by pushrods and cables servo tab in each aileron electrically actuated Flettner tab in rudder short span mass balanced ailerons electrically actuated Fowler flaps cover 67 per cent of wing trailing edge electrically actuated dual redundant variable incidence tailplane STRUCTURE Aluminium alloy primary skin and structure composites for ventral strakes and dorsal fin Kevlar honeycomb sandwich wingtips glass fibre fairings engine cowling glass fibre honeycomb sandwich and interior trim titanium firewall two spar wing with integral fuel tankage airframe proved for 20 000 hour life complete internal and external corrosion protection All parts fabricated in Switzerland but wings and fuselage assembled by OGMA in Portugal before return to Swiss production line North American interiors installed in USA finishing centre others outfitted at Stans LANDING GEAR Pilatus hydraulically retractable tricycle type with single wheel on each unit nosewheel mechanically steerable 60 o Emergency extension system toe operated brakes parking brake Suitable for operation from grass strips Goodrich wheels and low pressure tyres on all units size 22x8 50 10 on main gear 17 5x6 25 6 on nose unit tyre pressure 4 14 bar 60 lb sq in on nose unit 3 79 bar 55 lb sq in on main units Propeller ground clearance maintained with nose leg compressed and nosewheel tyre flat Trailing link main gear retracts inward into wings nose gear rearward under flight deck Ground turning radius about wingtip 10 31 m 33 ft 6 in about main gear 4 50 m 14 ft 9 in POWER PLANT One 1 197 kW 1 605 shp Pratt Whitney Canada PT6A 67B turboprop flat rated to 895 kW 1 200 shp for T O and 746 kW 1 000 shp for climb and cruise Hartzell HC E4A 3D E10477K constant speed fully feathering reversible pitch four blade aluminium propeller turning at 1 700 rpm Two integral fuel tanks in wings total capacity 1 540 litres 407 US gallons 339 Imp gallons of which 1 522 litres 402 US gallons 335 Imp gallons are usable Gravity fuelling point in top of each

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  • PCH
    its founders designer Calin Gologan and test pilot Prof Dr Peter Maderitch The first product the Pretty Flight was built in Romania from 1996 and assembled in Germany by Nitsche Flugzeugbau GmbH now Aircraft Philipp GmbH PC Flight ceased trading but Dipl Ing Gologan then established PCH to continue marketing of the Pretty Flight Contact Details URL www pch flugzeugbau de A B C D E F G H I

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  • PZL
    October 1998 With its more than 60 years of history a late 2002 workforce of 1 700 and the production facilities technology design and testing capabilities inherited from its predecessor Polish Aviation Factory LLC remains the largest and best equipped aircraft manufacturing plant in Poland It is licensed to operate within the Europark Mielec special economic zone In July 1999 its production facilities were certified by Poland s General Inspectorate of Civil Aviation under JAR 21 Subsection G followed in September 1999 by design organisation approval under JAR 21 Subsection A Quality management system QMS certification has been awarded by BAE Systems and similar approval from Boeing was awarded subsequently In mid 2001 the factory was progressing towards ISO 9001 and AQAP 110 certification PZL s current indigenous aircraft programmes comprise the M18 Dromader M26 Iskierka M28B Bryza M28 Skytruck Four An 2s delivered to the Vietnamese People s Air Force in January 2002 following brief reopening of the Polish production line to complete aircraft abandoned a decade earlier service support for some 12 000 previously delivered An 2s continues Subcontract work continues for BAE Systems Hawk Boeing 757 GKN Westland for Boeing 737 Saab Gripen and Pratt Whitney Contact

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  • PZL SWIDNIK SA
    PZL Kania PZL Sokol granted Polish Russian US and Germany type certificates The newest products of PZL SWIDNIK is the one engine helicopter SW 4 We heave modern machinery latest chemical treatment technology light metal alloy forging shop Experience in production of epoxy glass composites Our company has all required government licenses to sell the full range of products Contact Details Address Al Lotnikow Polskich 1 21 045 Swidnik Poland

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