Built by Swiss manufacturer Pilatus, the PC-24 is the long-awaited light jet follow-up to the immensely popular turboprop PC-12. While the PC-12 has been one of the best-selling business aircraft built in recent years, Pilatus wanted to offer an aircraft with greater speed and range, but with the same rugged reliability as its turboprop sibling. This meant access to not only traditional airports, but also the ability to safely get in and out of basic airfields and unimproved airstrips. Against other business jets, which are comparable to a luxury sedan, the Pilatus PC-24 can be seen as the “Range Rover of the Skies.”
Indeed, the PC-24 is a tough aircraft, however, this does not mean that it lacks the elegance and style of other business jets, quite the contrary. In-fact, the Pilatus PC-24 has been outfitted with luxurious materials that include soft supple leather and stately hardwood trim. It has a flat floor, which greatly increases headroom and makes moving about far easier. The cabin’s aft section has generous storage for luggage and the fore section includes an extensive refreshment center and a fully enclosed lavatory. In terms of size, the 30’ long x 5’1” tall x 5’7” wide cabin offers over 500 cubic feet of space to stretch out, relax, work, or socialize.
Volume: 501' cu
Luggage Volume: 90' cu
Range: 2000 nm
Max cruising speed: 506 mph
Takeoff Distance: 2930'
The maximum range of a Pilatus PC-24 based in KMKC is shown below. Actual range will vary by number of passengers, baggage and weather conditions.
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