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Pilatus PC-24

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Overview

In 2007, Switzerland-based Pilatus started work on a twin engine jet that would fly further and faster than its single turboprop PC-12, and that would still be capable of operating from short, unpaved airstrips; enter the PC-24.

The ‘Super Versatile Jet’ is a low-wing cantilever cabin monoplane, with room for eight passengers, that combines a medium-light jet cabin size, light jet performance and turboprop versatility. Cabin reconfiguration is simple, it has a pallet-sized cargo door for medical, utility and special mission transports, and the internal, pressurised baggage compartment measures 90 cubic ft.

The PC-24 was revealed at EBACE on 21 May, 2013 and it rolled off the production line on 1 August, 2014. The first flight of the prototype took place on 11 May, 2015 from Buocks airport, marking the start of a two year certification campaign. EASA and FAA type approval was received on 7 December, 2017 and the first customer delivery was on 7 February, 2018.

The Pilatus PC-24, certified for single pilot operation, is powered by two FADEC-controlled Williams FJ44-4A-QPM turbofans, each delivering 3,400 lbf of thrust and mounted in nacelles on the side of the rear fuselage. It doesn’t need an APU because the engines have Quiet Power Mode to provide ground power efficiently and quietly. It does have a T-tail and a retractable tricycle landing gear.

Towards the end of 2018, the PC-24 was certified to land on dry sand and gravel; Transport Canada certification was awarded on 27 June 2019; it has European and US steep approach certification; and, on February 2020, it was approved for rough field operation from grass, wet earth and snow-covered surfaces.

In February 2021, Pilatus delivered the first PC-24 with a high-utility 10 seat commuter configuration.

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News from Business Air News
True Blue batteries bring weight savings to PC-24
May 13, 2021
PC-24 owners now have the option of True Blue Power lithium-ion batteries, which are lighter and require less maintenance. The company's inverter can provide 2,000 watts of socket power to the galley.
Pilatus reflects on a robust year as Schwenk steps down
April 25, 2021
For 2020, all Pilatus employees will once again share personally in the company's profits with, this year, an additional pay-out of up to 1.5 months' salary. The profit sharing scheme was launched back in 1995.
Pilatus fans will be pleased with Western appointments
April 25, 2021
PC-24 brings customers closer to Venice city centre
April 11, 2021
March 9, 2021Low start-up overheads enable Silver Flight to thrive
March 1, 2021Oriens completes first annual check on PC-24
February 8, 2021Commuter interior further drives PC-24 flexibility
January 6, 2021Jetfly of Luxembourg to operate 100th PC-24
December 14, 2020No need to be Modesto about PC-24 arrival
November 29, 2020Russia gives go-ahead to PC-24 and its engine
November 22, 2020TAG on hand to provide PC-24 line and base at Geneva
October 20, 2020PC-24 is golden child for Flyinggroup as it charts recovery
September 21, 2020Pilatus adds Avance L3 as PC-24 factory option
September 21, 2020PlaneSense marks a successful quarter century
August 4, 2020Jetfly takes delivery of Pilatus double act
July 27, 2020PC-24 makes European medevac debut with KSA
July 27, 2020Cool and Albinati collaboration is hot prospect
July 20, 2020Luxaviation to meet demand in Europe with fresh additions
June 15, 2020RFDS PC-24 Medi-Jet celebrates one-year milestone
June 7, 2020Pro Star completes PC-24 Avance L5 installation
May 18, 2020Pilatus posts positive numbers for 2019
May 5, 2020PC-24 to take to the skies over northernmost US
March 3, 2020FlightSafety adds European sim for PC-24
March 3, 2020Australian Flying Doctors add third Rio Tinto PC-24
February 11, 2020Pilatus concludes rough field certification
January 13, 2020Western remains PC-24 leader with L5 installation
November 10, 2019Three well-appointed jets land at Clay Lacy
October 22, 2019Pilatus pro Western extends branch hours
October 21, 2019US customer takes delivery of Pilatus' 50th jet
September 21, 2019Nesterov sings praises of PC-24 as it seeks Russian certification
August 27, 2019Chile business takes South America's first PC-24
August 23, 2019Swedish air ambulance acquires six PC-24s
August 5, 2019Experienced operator takes Canada's first PC-24
July 22, 2019ExecuJet meets Cape Town demand with second PC-24
July 9, 2019PC-24 lands on pastures new at Goodwood
June 29, 2019Canada certifies the 'off-road' PC-24
June 18, 2019Oriens wastes no time selling next batch of PC-24s
June 1, 2019Branded PC-24 and PC-12 aid patients across Australia
May 28, 2019Order book reopens for Pilatus PC-24
May 20, 2019FlightSafety to launch second PC-24 sim and FalconEye HUD
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