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Jetport adds to Canada-based PC-12 fleet
With the latest advancements in engine technology, avionics and a cabin designed for optimal passenger comfort, the PC-12 NGX stands as the epitome of high performance turboprop aircraft, says Jetport.
The PC-12 will be immediately available for charter.
Read this story in our October 2023 printed issue.

Ontario-based operator Jetport has taken delivery of a PC-12 NGX from Pilatus dealer Levaero Aviation that it will offer for charter.

President Patrick Bouvry says: “We look forward to providing our clients with the unparalleled performance and flexibility of the PC-12 NGX. Its impressive capabilities make it the perfect addition to our fleet and a fantastic option for those seeking private charter services.”

Stan Kuliavas, vice president of sales and business development at Levaero, adds: “The Pilatus PC-12 NGX is the global benchmark turboprop for versatility, reliability and comfort. This delivery underlines our commitment to meeting the evolving needs of our clients, and we are delighted to add yet another top-performing Pilatus Aircraft to the Canadian fleet.”

More than 2,000 PC-12s have been delivered globally, and the Canadian fleet numbers 111.

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