Swiss aircraft manufacturer Pilatus Aircraft Limited, hoping to expand the North American market with its PC-12 single-turboprop utility aircraft, selected Broomfield, Colo. as the permanent site for its U.S. operation and is offering payload and cruising range boosts for the aircraft. Pilatus, which previously tested the U.S. market for the PC-12 from an office in Vero Beach, Fla., established a wholly owned subsidiary at Jeffco Airport in Broomfield. The new company, Pilatus Business ...

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