The Pilatus PC-12 may be an airborne version of a luxury sport utility vehicle--a workhorse that is changing ideas about what a single-engine, cabin-class turboprop can do. One of the few all-new turboprops developed in recent years, the aircraft's modern airframe, engine and systems technologies reflect a 1990s design philosophy. Capabilities of the 4.5-ton version PC-12 straddle the zone between large singles--such as the Cessna Caravan and TBM 700--and twin turboprops, such ...

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