Pakistan Aeronautical Complex
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The Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, (or PAC), is a Pakistani aerospace, defence, aviation contractor, and military corporation producing aerial systems for both military and civilian usage, situated in Kamra, Attock District.
Founded in 1971 by the Pakistan Air Force (PAF), the PAC designs, develops, and build aircraft and avionics systems for the Inter–Services of the country; it also provides its services for civilian aircraft. In addition, the PAC performs local maintenance and works on the aircraft MLU systems of foreign-built military and civilian aircraft. It is solely owned by the PAF as its corporate interests and its corporate appointments are directly made by the Chief of air staff from the Air HQ of the PAF.
Mainly focusing on avionics, aviation, and high-tech electronics, the PAC also manufactures military systems for the Pakistan Army and Navy, which are listed as "valued customers". Many of these products are specially suited for the Pakistan Armed Forces needs, while others are also marketed to foreign militaries. While it collaborated with several countries corporate organizations, the PAC often jointly works with the Turkish TAI and the Chinese CATIC. Its aircraft's have been exported to Nigeria, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates.