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Pilatus PC-24  
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 7 February 2018
Maiden Flight: 11 May 2015
Total Production: 90
Unitary Cost: USD$8.9 million
Origin: Switzerland
Corporations: Pilatus Aircraft
Parent System: Pilatus PC-24
Initial Operational Capability (IOC): 7 February 2018
Maiden Flight: 11 May 2015
Total Production: 90
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Description: The Pilatus PC-24 is a Super Versatile Jet (SVJ) combining the versatility of a turboprop with the cabin size of a medium-light jet, and the performance of a light jet. Its flexible interior and generous cargo door make loading fast and easy. The PC-24 is designed to operate from short, paved and even unpaved surfaces, giving pilots access to more than 21,000 airports worldwide. Its dual-wheel main landing gear have been designed for operations from paved and unpaved surfaces. The aircraft is powered by two Williams International FJ44-4A turbofan engines each developing 3,400-lb of thrust at takeoff. Carrying four passengers the aircraft has a maximum range of 3,600 kilometers. The cabin can be configured for 6-8 passengers in executive layout or up to 10 in commuter layout. Combi (cargo and passengers) and medical flights through special installations are possible as well. Pilatus Aircraft unveiled the PC-24 jet in May 2013 at EBACE exhibition with orders acceptance beginning at EBACE 2014.

The Pilatus PC-24 roll-out and maiden flight are expected by third quarter and the end of 2014 respectively. Certification along with first deliveries are projected by 2017. Its avionics system will be based on Pilatus Advanced Cockpit Environment (ACE) system for minimized pilot workload. It includes four 12-inch screens, the SmartView synthetic vision system, TCAS II, IRS, LVP and the option to complete flight planning procedures on the screen itself, in graphical form. The PC-24 builds on the success of the PC-12 turboprop.

Pilatus PC-24 Specifications

Number of Engines: 2
Passengers: 10
Wing Area: 30.9 square meter (333 square foot)
Cabin Height: 1.55 meter (61 inch)
Cabin Length: 7 meter (276 inch)
Cabin Width: 1.69 meter (67 inch)
Height: 5.30 meter (209 inch)
Length: 16.8 meter (662 inch)
Wingspan: 17 meter (56 foot)
Ceiling: 45,000 foot (13,716 meter)
Landing Run Distance: 2,525 foot (770 meter)
Max Range: 1,950 nautical mile (2,244 mile)
Min Range: 1,190 nautical mile (2,204 kilometer)
Take Off Run Distance: 2,690 foot (820 meter)
Climb Rate: 4,075 fpm (20.8 mps)
Cruise Speed: 425 knot (787 kph)
Stall Speed: 81 KIAS (150 kph)
Time Between Overhaul: 5,000 hour
Baggage Capacity: 90 cu ft (2.55 metric ton)
Cabin Volume: 501 cu ft (14.2 metric ton)
Fuel Load: 5,965 pound (2,706 kilogram)
Max Landing Weight: 16,250 pound (7,371 kilogram)
Max Ramp Weight: 17,750 pound (8,051 kilogram)
Max Takeoff Thrust: 6,800 pound
Max Takeoff Weight: 17,650 pound (8.01 ton)
Max Zero Fuel Weight: 13,450 pound (6,101 kilogram)
Payload: 2,500 pound (1,134 kilogram)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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Pilatus PC-24 News

There are 8 news between
21 May 2013 and 21 Aug 2019
Wednesday, August 21, 2019Swedish Air Ambulance Organisation Acquires Six Pilatus PC-24s
Friday, June 22, 2018Pilatus PC-24 Jet Performs First Landing on an Unpaved Runway
Wednesday, February 7, 2018Pilatus Delivers First PC-24 Super Versatile Jet
Friday, December 8, 2017Pilatus PC-24 Business Jet Achieves EASA and FAA Type Certificates
Monday, May 11, 2015Pilatus PC-24 Takes Off on Its Maiden Flight
Wednesday, May 21, 2014Pilatus Announces 84 PC-24 Sold at EBACE
Tuesday, May 20, 2014First PC-24 Sales Contracts with Fleet Customers Signed
Tuesday, May 21, 2013Pilatus Launches PC-24 Twin-Engine Super Versatile Jet

Operators & Related Equipment

Aircraft ordered by Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia (3)
Aircraft ordered by Jetfly (4)
Aircraft ordered by KSA Organization (6)
United Arab Emirates2
Aircraft ordered by Falcon Aviation Services (2)
United States of America8
Aircraft ordered by PlaneSense (6) and U-Haul International (2)

Grand Total 238
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