ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Pakistan on Saturday struck a deal with Qatar for the supply of eight Super Mushshak aircraft, Ministry of Defence Production said in a press release.
Pakistan has also recently formalized contracts with Nigeria and Turkey for the sale of 10 and 100 Super Mushshak aircraft respectively.
Pursuing the vision of PAF Chief, Air Chief Marshal Sohail Aman, these contracts are a clear manifestation of Pakistan’s presence in the export-oriented international aviation industry.
The Pakistan Air Force (PAF) has been training its fighter pilots on Mushshak aircraft for the last four decades.
Meeting the requirements of PAF, Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC), Kamra has come a long way in achieving the coveted status of aircraft manufacturer in the last 15 years or so and has successfully tapped international market for the export of this aircraft.
To this date, this aircraft is making a fruitful contribution in the training of pilots of the air forces of Saudi Arabia, Iran, Syria and Oman, which shows their close professional relations with the PAF.
In line with the Government of Pakistan’s current policies, the PAC is continuing its efforts to approach more countries to export Mushshak aircraft in order to help generate foreign exchange for the country.