Spain has chosen Pilatus’ PC-21 turboprop trainer to replace the air force’s fleet of CASA C-101 Aviojets, tender documents show. The PC-21s will form part of an integrated training system for the Spanish Air Force’s General Air Academy in a contract worth €204.75 million ($225.55 million). No formal announcement has been made by the Spanish defense ministry or the Swiss aircraft manufacturer.  Madrid had put aside some €225 million when it approved the ...


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