ExecuJet South Africa has added another Swiss-built Pilatus PC-12 to its growing fleet of either owned or managed aircraft. This brings ExecuJet's fleet of PC-12s to six and its total number of aircraft to 18, writes Hilka Birns.

Denis Crossley, ExecuJet's flight operations director, says the charter company's fleet ranging from turboprops to intercontinental jets meets the demands of most flight missions. "With yet another PC-12, we can offer a wider range of travel options. This is the aircraft of choice for Africa's many unprepared airfields," he says.

ExecuJet also has two Beechcraft King Air 200s, a Bombardier Global Express, Challenger 604, Challenger 601, four Learjet 45s, a 31A, a Cessna Citation V and a Caravan.

Source: Flight International