Pilatus PC9M

The Pilatus PC-9 is a single-engine, low-wing tandem-seat turboprop training aircraft manufactured by Pilatus Aircraft of Switzerland. Designed as a more powerful evolution of the Pilatus PC-7, the PC-9's first flight was made in May 1984 after which certification was achieved in September 1985. After this, the first production orders for the type were received from the Royal Saudi Air Force, with deliveries commencing in 1985. Since then, more than 250 airframes have been produced across five different variants and the type is employed by a number of military and civilian operators around the world, including the Swiss Air Force, the Croatian Air Force, and the Royal Thai Air Force.

RELEASE NOTES:-


V1.6

Ground contact points fixed and pilot view positions altered to correspond.

V1.5

Fixed liveries over MP bug.

Fuselage reflection added ( livery specific ).

Rain on Glass with sound FX.

As requested by other pilots, the fancy Autopilot has been replaced by the standard basic one.

V1.4

Addition of a Multiplayer back seat option.

V1.3.5

Small fixes and cleanup


V1.3.4

Advanced light pack


V1.3.3

Ejection seats


V1.3.2

SVN compatible


V1.3.1

Canopy invisible from inside cockpit, no shadow and glass shader

Materials fixed


V1.3

3D model fixes (one side faces, normals, triangulated)

UV map fixes

AMB values


V1.2

Package cleanup


V1.1

Package Cleanup, Gary Browns livery pack included


V1.0

Added pilot cam

Animated the pilots heads

Updated sounds

Rembrandt ready