Iran Air Force Pilatus PC-7 Training Aircraft Performed Belly-landed On A Roadside

Iran Air Force Pilatus PC-7 Training Aircraft Performed Belly-landed On A Roadside
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The pilots of the Pilatus PC-7 training aircraft belonging to the Iranian Air Force belly-landed on a roadside east of the city of Isfahan.

No one was injured in the incident.

The training plane, was on a mission from Isfahan to Yazd and had a technical problem on its way back to Isfahan near Varzaneh and made an emergency landing on the dirt road of the village.

A video after the belly-landed also surfaced on social media. In the video, you can see pilots standing in front of aircraft after a belly landing.

Pilatus PC-7 Turbo Trainer is a Swiss-made turboprop training aircraft produced by Pilatus Aircraft.

 It made its first flight on April 12, 1966 and it was put into service in 1978. It has all the basic training functions including aircraft, aerobics, equipment, tactics and night flying

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