As promised, Pilatus Aircraft rolled out its PC‑24 twinjet on Aug. 1 — the Swiss National Day — at Buochs airfield near its company headquarters in Stans. The event was marked by much fanfare before a crowd of 35,000 people and began with two dozen horses pulling the “workhorse” jet prototype out of its production hangar. The celebration also included a fly-by of all the aircraft that reached series production in the company’s 75-year history. The first ...


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