Description of PILATUS PC-24
The Pilatus PC-24, the Swiss Army Knife of Business Aviation
The Pilatus PC-24 is a business jet introduced by the Swiss manufacturer Pilatus in 2015. A real Swiss army knife of business aviation, the private jet Pilatus PC-24 can land on very short runways and of all types. Its exceptional range, greater than that of usual light jets, stretches to 3700 km. Its very large cargo door also allows it to be transformed into a cargo transport aircraft or a medical evacuation aircraft. With AEROAFFAIRES, you can hire the Pilatus PC-24 as well as any other jet from the Pilatus range.
Known as the Super Versatile Jet, the Pilatus PC-24 is an exceptional business aircraft due to its ability to land on very small runways. It only needs 820 metres in order to land, while other private jets of the same size usually require more than 1000 metres. In addition, it can land on all types of unpaved runways thanks to its reinforced landing gear and two Williams turbojets that can cope with gravel and dust.
These vital attributes allow the aircraft to land on more than 21,000 runways, almost all the runways in the world. These features also greatly improve flight safety. The Pilatus PC-24 has no difficulty changing course when necessary. This private jet is therefore an ideal choice if you are looking to go to destinations such as Gstaad or Saint-Tropez.
Finally, the modern cockpit is equipped with Advanced Cockpit Environment (ACE) technology which provides the pilot with a greater scope of information, therefore reducing his workload. As a result, flight safety is greatly improved.
These characteristics have allowed it to surpass the previous leading name in the light private jet market, the Embraer Phenom 300.