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No need to be Modesto about PC-24 arrival
Modesto Jet Center is a strong advocate of Pilatus products, operating four PC-12s. It has now brought in a PC-24, which has a cruising speed of 420 kts and a range of over 2,000 nm for trips up and down the coast.
The PC-24 is fast and comfortable.
Read this story in our February 2021 printed issue.

Modesto Jet Center, an FBO and aircraft charter, management and sales specialist based at Modesto City-County airport (Harry Sham Field) in California, has added a Pilatus PC-24 to its fleet of Part 135 charter aircraft. “This is an amazing aircraft that gives our clients the ability to do more with their aviation investment,” says Dan Kimmel, co-owner of Modesto Jet. “The PC-24 is a fast aircraft that offers maximum comfort with very good range. We are proud to have this airplane as a part of our fleet and now available for charter.”

The aircraft has a cruising speed of 420 kts and a range of over 2,000 nm. It can also accommodate up to eight passengers and has a rear cargo door for added versatility. Offering comfort and performance, Modesto Jet says the aircraft is a good choice for trips up and down the coast, to Mexico, Canada and destinations throughout the US.

Modesto Jet's charter fleet now consists of a Pilatus PC-24, four PC-12s, a Nextant 400XTi, a King Air 200 and a King Air F90.

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