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Experienced operator takes Canada's first PC-24
Levaero Aviation VP of sales Stan Kuliavas says that the Pilatus PC-24 is well-suited for operations in Canada. The type has just received Transport Canada certification and unit one is on its way to a well-known carrier.

Levaero Aviation has delivered the first Canadian-registered PC-24 immediately after receiving Transport Canada type certification. The new aircraft owner is an experienced operator and the PC-24 will diversify its existing aircraft fleet.

“Since the PC-24 was first revealed to the public, pulled into the Swiss rollout event by 24 horses, Pilatus has delivered more than 35 aircraft, which have amassed more than 7,000 flight hours,” says Levaero VP of sales Stan Kuliavas. “This aircraft is extremely well-suited for operations in Canada and we look forward to many more PC-24 aircraft gracing the Canadian skies.”

Levaero Aviation delivers a full complement of solutions to the aviation marketplace and is the exclusive authorised Pilatus PC-12 and PC-24 sales and service centre for Canada. Headquartered in Thunder Bay, Ontario, with a sales office based in Toronto, Ontario, the company offers extensive MRO capabilities to Canadian and international general aviation owners and operators.

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