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M Usman Tariq


About PAC Kamra

Pakistan Aeronautical Complex s situated 70 Kms from Islamabad near
Attock city. Complex houses four avaton factores and s spread over
10 sq klometers. Over 10,000 employees support the role and task of
PAC Kamra. An autonomous body known as PAC Board governs it. The
Board comprises the Chairman and five members. In addition to
exercising executive control over the Board, the Chairman directs and
guides functioning of all the four factories of PAC, which are headed by
respective managing directors.

PAC offers type specific and general engineering services to the Defense
Forces of Pakistan and to our friendly country customers. Type Specific
Services include aircraft, engines, air borne & ground based radars and
their associated components MRO. General Engineering Services include
calibrations, heat & surface treatments, Non destructive inspections,
high and low end parts manufacturing, composite & rubber parts
manufacturing, PCB stuffing, environmental testing, PCB designing etc.

PRODUCTS Commercial products of PAC include Mushshak and
Super Mushshak as its core product. JF-17 would add up to PAC
core products in the coming future after meeting Pakistan Air
Force requirements. A wide range of Avionics equipment, high
end & low end aerospace products for military and commercal
use exist and is constantly building up to support our valued

Aircraft Rebuild Factory
Mirage Rebuild Factory
Aircraft Manufacturing Factory
Avionics Production Factory (APF)
Production history
Aircraft parts
Aircraft maintenance components
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV)
Consumer Electronics
JF-17 Thunder
MFI-17 Mushshak
K-8 Karakorum
Project Sabre II

Aircraft maintenance components

F-16 Fighting Falcon
Dassault Mirage III
Dassault Mirage V
Chengdu F-7
Shenyang F-6
Nanchang A-5
JF-17 Thunder

Our Visit
During our visit at PAC karma we were greeted with an opening
ceremony. Staff at PAC karma briefed us about the work going on at
PAC. They also entertained our questions with the best of their ability.
During the Q/A session most question were about the limited capability
of PAC Kamra. The answer to which was that Pakistan does not have
much funds. The presentation was followed by HI-Tea.

After Hi Tea we visited various workshops at which different operations
were being conducted. The most notable of which was the CAM shop.
Various CNC machines were observed and how they process was
visualized. Most student witnessed the nc operation their first time. It
was amazing to see what we can accomplish using these machines.

By 1 pm we were escorted outside the complex from where we journied
back to GIK Institute.