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MFI-17 Mushshak Basic Trainer Aircraft

Crew

Two or Three

Introduced

December 1983

Numbers Built

200

Length

7m

Wingspan

8.85m

Height

2.6m

Wheel Track

2.2m

Wheel Base

1.58m

Wing Area

11.9m²

Empty Weight

646kg

Maximum Take-Off Weight

1,200kg

Type

Textron Lycoming IO-360-AIB6 horizontally opposed 4 cylinder

Number of Engines

One

Power Capacity

200hp (149kW)

Propellers

Hartzell HC-C2YK-4F/FC7666A-2 two-blade constant-speed metal propeller

Never Exceed Speed

365km/h

Maximum Speed

238km/h

Cruise Speed

210km/h

Stall Speed

100km/h

Range

800km

Service Ceiling

4,100m

Rate of Climb

5.2m/s

Endurance

5 hours 10 minutes

Number of Hardpoints

Six (Inner two stressed to carry up to 150kg each and outer four to accommodate up to 100kg each)

Guns

2 x 7.62mm machine-guns

Rockets

Two pods each with seven 75 mm air-to-surface rockets, four pods each with 7 x 68 mm rockets and 18 x 75mm rockets

Missiles

6 x anti-tank missiles

Designer

Björn Andreason

Manufacturer

Pakistan Aeronautical Complex

Operators

Pakistan Air Force, Royal Saudi Air Force, Egypt Air Force, Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force, Royal Air Force of Oman, Pakistan Army and Syrian Air Force

Engines

Lycoming Textron

Fuel Injection System

Bendix

Propeller

Hartzell
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