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Super Mushshak Flies with Genesys Aerosystems Glass Cockpit
March 25, 2020



Kamra, Pakistan (March 25, 2020) – A Pakistan Aeronautical Complex MFI-17 Super Mushshak made a successful first flight with a full Genesys Aerosystems glass cockpit today. The Super Mushshak is a rugged and proven military training aircraft capable of +7 and -3 Gs and features automatic, hands-off spin recovery. The two-seat aircraft is equipped with three Genesys flight displays, dual solid-state gyro/air-data sensors, and dual GPS receivers. The system also includes dual Genesys digital multi-mode radios with integrated VHF COM, UHF COM, VHF NAV, localizer/glideslope, and marker beacon, triple-redundant Flight Management System (FMS), radio/audio management, and Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS), and digital engine/systems display.

“The Genesys team and local partner UIT worked closely with the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex’s Aircraft Manufacturing Factory to complete the system design, integration, installation, and first flight in less than six months,” says Gordon Pratt, Genesys Aerosystems’ Chief Growth Officer. “Genesys is transferring technology for local manufacturing of key components for long-term sustainability.”

“UIT is proud to team with Genesys Aerosystems in Pakistan and facilitate the technology transfer and local manufacturing of Genesys products to support Pakistani military training aircraft,” says Mr. Purvis Hussain, United International Technologies’ Managing Director. “The Genesys suite is also being considered for the Pakistan Air Force Mirage modernization program.”

The MIL-STD qualified, and NVG-compatible Genesys avionics offer robust and flexible performance for the demanding military training environment and are available for both OEM new production and modernization of the Super Mushshak fleet.

About Genesys Aerosystems

Genesys Aerosystems is a leading provider of integrated avionics systems for military and civil customers. Genesys Aerosystems’ avionics systems include synthetic vision with three-dimensional highway-in-the-sky navigation, integrated flight management and hazard alerting, and ultra-compact, highly ruggedized sensors that provide ultimate customer benefits of increased safety, improved dispatch rates, mission flexibility, and seamless future growth. Approved for all classes of aircraft, the company’s uniquely customizable open-architecture systems dramatically reduce integration costs and schedules for both OEM and retrofit applications. For more information, visit: https://www.genesys-aerosystems.com

United International Technologies (UIT)

UIT a leading provider of Aerospace & Defense solutions for the Pakistani Military, it is led by a team of experienced professionals including those that have had distinguished careers in the Pakistan Army, Pakistan Navy, and Pakistan Air force. It is supported by an extensive network of representatives in key centres of defence in Pakistan. UIT is not just an alternative to an in-house office for global companies but is designed to provide expertise that helps identify new business opportunities, explore avenues for product growth, transfer-of-technology and indigenous production capabilities to rationalize cost-effective solutions and long-term logistics supportability. For more information, visit: https://www.uit-pak.com

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Mirage still a great fighter and great testbed for weapons integration

I am against retiring Mirage

however pilot safety over aircraft, we should never compromise safety
 

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We do love mirages but even medicine expires one day and its time for us to find the alternatives and not let our sons to die prematurely thanks to them. Obviously we haven't got sacks of $'s and PAF is doing their best to keep them operational due credit to them. Check how many countries are still flying mirages and that will help you to understand and thanks to Kamra and we should appreciate them for their diligence.
 

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So finally American touch is coming in our Mirages great I hope radar too biggest favour would be incorporating Harpoons on our Mirages
 

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Super Mushshak Flies with Genesys Aerosystems Glass Cockpit
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Kamra, Pakistan (March 25, 2020) – A Pakistan Aeronautical Complex MFI-17 Super Mushshak made a successful first flight with a full Genesys Aerosystems glass cockpit today. The Super Mushshak is a rugged and proven military training aircraft capable of +7 and -3 Gs and features automatic, hands-off spin recovery. The two-seat aircraft is equipped with three Genesys flight displays, dual solid-state gyro/air-data sensors, and dual GPS receivers. The system also includes dual Genesys digital multi-mode radios with integrated VHF COM, UHF COM, VHF NAV, localizer/glideslope, and marker beacon, triple-redundant Flight Management System (FMS), radio/audio management, and Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS), and digital engine/systems display.

“The Genesys team and local partner UIT worked closely with the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex’s Aircraft Manufacturing Factory to complete the system design, integration, installation, and first flight in less than six months,” says Gordon Pratt, Genesys Aerosystems’ Chief Growth Officer. “Genesys is transferring technology for local manufacturing of key components for long-term sustainability.”

“UIT is proud to team with Genesys Aerosystems in Pakistan and facilitate the technology transfer and local manufacturing of Genesys products to support Pakistani military training aircraft,” says Mr. Purvis Hussain, United International Technologies’ Managing Director. “The Genesys suite is also being considered for the Pakistan Air Force Mirage modernization program.”

The MIL-STD qualified, and NVG-compatible Genesys avionics offer robust and flexible performance for the demanding military training environment and are available for both OEM new production and modernization of the Super Mushshak fleet.

About Genesys Aerosystems

Genesys Aerosystems is a leading provider of integrated avionics systems for military and civil customers. Genesys Aerosystems’ avionics systems include synthetic vision with three-dimensional highway-in-the-sky navigation, integrated flight management and hazard alerting, and ultra-compact, highly ruggedized sensors that provide ultimate customer benefits of increased safety, improved dispatch rates, mission flexibility, and seamless future growth. Approved for all classes of aircraft, the company’s uniquely customizable open-architecture systems dramatically reduce integration costs and schedules for both OEM and retrofit applications. For more information, visit: https://www.genesys-aerosystems.com

United International Technologies (UIT)

UIT a leading provider of Aerospace & Defense solutions for the Pakistani Military, it is led by a team of experienced professionals including those that have had distinguished careers in the Pakistan Army, Pakistan Navy, and Pakistan Air force. It is supported by an extensive network of representatives in key centres of defence in Pakistan. UIT is not just an alternative to an in-house office for global companies but is designed to provide expertise that helps identify new business opportunities, explore avenues for product growth, transfer-of-technology and indigenous production capabilities to rationalize cost-effective solutions and long-term logistics supportability. For more information, visit: https://www.uit-pak.com

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Is it me or those MFDs remind of JF-17B2 cockpit.
 

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Good News for the Mashaak indeed but why make such a major investment for the antiquated Mirages that are beyond their scrap life right now?
 

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may be for those Mirages which are undergoing for overhaul and will serve the PAF for at least next 7-10 years after overhaul ....

I think for the purpose of commonality and to create maximum opportunity for gained TOT we should consider this suit for the upgrade/conversion of K-8 to K-8P as well
 

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