The third and final PC-24 prototype, P03, took flight for the first time March 6 when it launched from Buochs airfield near Pilatus headquarters in Stans, Switzerland. The aircraft, HB-VSA with its eye-catching blue livery, flew across central Switzerland for 2 hours and 5 minutes.  PO1 and PO2 have flown 1,350 hr. to date, including numerous significant test flights. Certification flights will be flown with the series-conforming P03. Certification of the PC-24 is expected in the four ...

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