Luxembourg-based fractional ownership PC-12 operator Jetfly has taken delivery of a PC-24, its first of the type and the first of four destined for future operation. Jetfly directors Cédric Lescop and Maxime Bouchard received the keys from Pilatus vice president general aviation Ignaz Gretener, and have appointed French designer Philippe Starck to take care of the livery and interior.
Lescop says: “This first super versatile jet, which has been made in Switzerland, will be a valuable addition to our existing offer. The PC-24 is an amazing aircraft which our customers are looking forward to with great anticipation.”
Jetfly operates 22 PC-12s and plans to deploy the PC-24 in parallel in order to extend its current range of services. Its customers each own a share in an aircraft, entitling them to hire one for private or business use whenever they wish. The company opted for Pilatus Aircraft from the start and it now operates the largest PC-12 fleet in Europe.