MilViz’s PC-6 Porter

The flying Swiss Army knife

When it comes to a bush aircraft that can go anywhere, the Swiss-built Pilatus PC-6 Porter has to be top of the list. First produced in the late 1950s, it was initially equipped with a piston engine but later converted to a turboprop design.

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