Pakistan and Iraq signed an agreement to deliver 12 Super Mushshak Aircraft. The total value of this contract is $33 million and includes spare parts and maintenance.
Two Super Mushsak aircraft and relevant logistic material were transported with an aeroplane and delivered to Iraq Air Force Academy with a ceremony.
The PAC developed the Super Mushshak as a primary trainer aircraft. It is an upgraded variant of the MFI-17 Mushshak aircraft designed for primary flight training, aerobatics, instrument flying, navigation, and night flying. The Super Mushshak has a modern digital cockpit, a more powerful engine, and an enhanced airframe.
The aircraft has been in service with the Pakistan Air Force (PAF) since 2010, and it has also been exported to numerous other nations, including Iran, Oman, Nigeria, Qatar, and Turkiye.