ISLAMABAD: Air Chief Marshal Tahir Rafique Butt, Chief of the Air Staff, Pakistan Air Force visited Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, (PAC) Kamra on Wednesday and was given a comprehensive briefing on the working of Pakistan Aeronautical Complex Board and its factories.
He also visited various facilities of the complex and lauded the valuable contributions of Pakistan Aeronautical Complex towards the aerial defence of the country by providing prompt support for various weapon systems of the PAF. He especially appreciated the production capability of the JF-17 Co-production Project.
The Air Chief appreciated the milestones achieved by PAC Kamra and underscored their significance in the strengthening of the operational readiness of PAF. He also reiterated all out support for fruitful cooperation in aviation related activities.
Earlier, on his arrival he was received by Air Marshal Sohail Gul Khan, Chairman PAC Board Kamra, who introduced the members of PAC Board and Managing Directors to the Air Chief. Pakistan Aeronautical Complex, Kamra being the leading Aviation Industry, has placed Pakistan amongst the elite group of countries that also manufacture fighter aircraft.