Based on PC-3 model. The first prototype flew on April 12, 1966. Entered production in 1978. By 1993 more than 400 aircraft were built.
| ENGINE||1 x Pratt & WHitney Canada PT6A-25A, 485kW|
| Take-off weight||2700 kg||5953 lb|
| Loaded weight||1330 kg||2932 lb|
| Wingspan||10.4 m||34 ft 1 in|
| Length||9.78 m||32 ft 1 in|
| Height||3.21 m||11 ft 6 in|
| Cruise speed||412 km/h||256 mph|
| Ceiling||9755 m||32000 ft|
| Range w/max.fuel||2260 km||1404 miles|
|Ron, e-mail, 30.09.2011 07:03|
I flew a PC7 with the Guatamalan Air Force in 1980. Was a delightful airplane, nearly new at the time and i loved it. Very close to the USN T34C which I flew a couple years later. Tandem turbo prop primary military trainers are the way to go.
|Dave DiMarchi, e-mail, 16.08.2008 19:14|
I flew the -7 opposite it's newer "big brother" the PC-9. A very nice and capable primary trainer. The -9 is the same but exponentially more modern, powerful and fun!
Do you have any comments?
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