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  • Surf Air acquires up to 65 PC-12NGs for members only airline


    US members-only VIP airline Surf Air has placed an order with Pilatus Aircraft for up to 65 PC-12NGs, which will be used to expand its coverage across the USA and help to satisfy customer demand for its programme. The deal includes 15 firm orders for the single-engined turboprop and options for another 50 – and is one of the largest single contracts for the eight-seat type to date


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  • EBACE: Pilatus secures 80 orders for PC-24


    ​Pilatus Aircraft has secured over 80 orders for its PC-24 and has named its five launch customers which between them...


  • Pilatus builds PC-24 sales and service centre network


    In preparation for the service entry of its PC-24 business jet in 2017, Pilatus Aircraft has begun to strengthen and...


  • Pilatus PC-24 to make US debut


    Pilatus’s first business jet, the PC-24, is set to make its US debut on 22-24 October at the NBAA Business Aviation...


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  • Surf Air acquires up to 65 PC-12NGs for members only airline

    News | 18 Aug 2014 16:27 | Kate Sarsfield

    US members-only VIP airline Surf Air has placed an order with Pilatus Aircraft for up to 65 PC-12NGs, which will be used to expand its coverage across the USA and help to satisfy customer demand for its programme. The deal includes 15 firm orders for the single-engined turboprop and options for another 50 – and is one of the largest single contracts for the eight-seat type to datehttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Surf-Air-acquires-up-to-65-PC-12NGs-for-members-only-airline-402752/
  • EBACE: Pilatus secures 80 orders for PC-24

    News | 21 May 2014 16:44 | Kate Sarsfield

    ​Pilatus Aircraft has secured over 80 orders for its PC-24 and has named its five launch customers which between them have acquired 18 of the superlight twin jets. This line-up includes: Luxembourg fractional ownership company JetFly which has an order for six of the $9 million aircraft, Abu Dhabi charter and management company Falcon Aviation Services with four aircraft, US fractional provider PlaneSense, with six and Australia’s Royal Flying Doctor with three orders and one option.The Williams FJ44-4A-powered PC-24 was launched at EBACE last year – marking Stans Switzerland-based Pilatus’s first foray into the business jet space. The twinjet has a projected take-off distance of 820m (2,690ft) and a landing distance of 2,530ft, enabling it to operate from unpaved runways and grass strips.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/EBACE-Pilatus-secures-80-orders-for-PC-24-399599/
  • Pilatus builds PC-24 sales and service centre network

    News | 11 Nov 2013 13:04 | Kate Sarsfield

    In preparation for the service entry of its PC-24 business jet in 2017, Pilatus Aircraft has begun to strengthen and expand its sales and service network for the superlight twin. The network so far includes six established service centres in the USA: Western Aircraft in Boise, Idaho and Epps Air Service, in Atlanta, Georgia and one each in Panama, Australia, Africa and Europe. Negotiations with additional sales and service partners covering other parts of the world are under way, says the Stans, Switzerland-based manufacturer of the PC-12 single-engined turboprop.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Pilatus-builds-PC-24-sales-and-service-centre-network-392817/
  • Pilatus PC-24 to make US debut

    News | 16 Oct 2013 14:19 | Kate Sarsfield

    Pilatus’s first business jet, the PC-24, is set to make its US debut on 22-24 October at the NBAA Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition in Las Vegas.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Pilatus-PC-24-to-make-US-debut-391785/
  • PARIS: Tactair supplies brake systems for PC-24 and Bell 525

    News | 17 Jun 2013 18:00 | Kate Sarsfield

    Tactair Fluid Controls announced it has secured two contracts to supply parts for in-development aircraft. The first award is from...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/PARIS-Tactair-supplies-brake-systems-for-PC-24-and-Bell-525-387191/
  • AERO INDIA: Indian air force chief slams HAL trainers

    News | 08 Feb 2013 14:35 | Greg Waldron

    The Indian air force's most senior officer has cast further doubt on the future of the Hindustan Aeronautics (HAL) HTT-40 basic trainer, and also criticised the company's HJT-36 Sitara jet trainer during a media briefing at the Aero India show.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/AERO-INDIA-Indian-air-force-chief-slams-HAL-trainers-382115/