The PC-24 is a twin-engine Light Jet developed by the Swiss manufacturer Pilatus which received EASA and FAA type certification on December 7th, 2017. The PC-24 was conceived thanks to feedback from passengers who wanted to retain the short runway capabilities of smaller jets while achieving increased range and speed. The first PC-24 was delivered on February 7th, 2018.
Pilatus claims that the PC-24 is unique thanks to its exceptional take-off and landing distances and capacity to use unpaved runways and grass strips, giving the aircraft access to over 21,000 runways that other jets cannot use (in private operation only not possible in charter due to commercial regulations). The PC-24 is also capable an impressive range of 3,610km, similar to that of the Phenom 300.
On top of high performance, the PC-24 provides the interior space and comfort of a Midsize Jet for the price of a Light Jet. It features the longest and widest cabin of any aircraft in its category, and offers the greatest amount of luggage space, easily accessible through its standard cargo door.
With its Super Versatile PC-24, it is clear that Pilatus has succeeded in convincing the industry that their Light Jet offering provides passengers with a perfect balance of performance and comfort.
|manufacturer:Pilatus||height: 5.09 ft | 1.55 m||speed: 815 kts | 1509 kph||range: 1800 nm | 3334 km|