CT-4 Airtrainer is a single engine basic trainer aircraft designed and built by Pacific Aerospace Corporation (PAC) in Hamilton, New Zealand. It was derived from its predecessor Victa Aircruiser.
The aircraft is deployed with Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF), Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF), Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) and BAE Flight Training Australia.
A total of 153 CT-4s were operational worldwide as of January 2005.
Variations of the CT-4 Airtrainer
The CT-4 has seven variants: CT-4A, CT-4B, CT-4C, CT-4D, CT-4E, CT-4F and CT-4G.
The CT-4A is the first production model powered by a Continental piston engine rated at 200hp (149kW) of output power. A total of 78 aircraft are deployed with RTAF and RAAF.