The Pilatus PC-24 is a light business jet built by Pilatus.
The PC-24 was introduced in May 2013 and the maiden flight took place in May 2015. The aircraft received FAA and EASA type certification in 2017 and deliveries started the following year. Following Pilatus’ success with the PC-12 turbo propeller, this aircraft was introduced to improve the range and speed. Pilatus is the only Swiss manufacturer on the market and the PC-24 is their first jet-powered aircraft.
The PC-24 has a range of 3’610 km as well as the takeoff distance of under 900m - combining the versatility of a turboprop and a comfortable cabin of a midsize jet, for the price of a light jet. The PC-24 exhibits excellent landing capabilities, allowing you to land on short and unpaved runways. BMW Designworks designed the interior color scheme of the cabin. Together with Honeywell, Pilatus designed the Advanced Cockpit Environment for the type, significantly reducing the pilot workload. The avionics system is based on Honeywell Primus Epic 2.
You can seat up to 6 passengers in the spacious and visually appealing cabin. The standard configuration includes a club-four as well as two seats in the back. With a wide cargo door giving easy access for loading and unloading the aircraft is also popular for air ambulance and humanitarian missions.
Luggage capacity: 2,5m3