Kamra, Pakistan (March 25, 2020) – A Pakistan Aeronautical Complex MFi-17 Super Mushshak made a successful first flight with a full Genesys Aerosystems glass cockpit. The Super Mushshak is a rugged and proven military training aircraft capable of +7 and -3 Gs and features automatic, hands-off spin recovery. The two-seat aircraft is equipped with three Genesys flight displays, dual solid-state gyro/air-data sensors, and dual GPS receivers. The system also includes dual Genesys digital multi-mode radios with integrated VHF COM, UHF COM, VHF NAV, localizer/glideslope, and marker beacon, triple-redundant Flight Management System (FMS), radio/audio management, and Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS), and digital engine/systems display.
“UIT is proud to team with Genesys Aerosystems in Pakistan and facilitate the technology transfer and local manufacturing of Genesys products to support Pakistani military training aircraft,” says Mr. Purvis Hussain, Managing Director UIT-Islamabad.