PAC CT/4 Airtrainer
PAC - CT/4 Airtrainer - 1972 - Новая Зеландия
Страна: Новая Зеландия
Год: 1972

Two/three-seat fully-aerobatic light training aircraft
Seen in the old house colours, VH-YCF was one of the original batch of aircraft purchased new by BAE Systems in 1991.
The Pacific Aerospace CT-4B Airtrainer is not a new aircraft, but it is perfectly suited to the flight training task and is fully aerobatic.
Students and instructors taxi their CT-4Bs out to Tamworth's purpose-built parallel runways for a morning training flight.
Painted in the new simplified colour scheme, CT-4B VH-YCV undergoes maintenance at Tamworth. BAE Systems is almost completely self-sufficient with regard to maintenance.
The AESL CT/4 Airtrainer has been developed from the company's well-known Airtourer as a military trainer. Among its new features are the hinged canopy, shown open in this illustration, and a new, streightened wing provision for carrying rockets, bombs and fuel tanks.
Aerospace Airtrainer CT/4 prototype (210 hp Continental IO-360-D six-cylinder engine)
Aerospace Airtrainer CT/4, fitted with rocket pods for evaluation in forward air control role
Aerospace Airtrainer CT/4 in Royal Australian Air Force insignia
BAE Systems has acquired CT-4Bs from a number of sources and has brought them all up to an identical, if somewhat basic, cockpit configuration.
A student from the Royal Brunei Air Force is pictured with his BAE Systems Australian instructor before a training flight.
With the flat countryside of the Tamworth training area below and empty skies above, a BAE Systems instructor flies the CT-4B from the right seat.
Airtrainer CT/4 two/three-seat aerobatic trainer
Airtrainer CT/4 two/three-seat aerobatic trainer