Pilatus PC-12

By Jeremy Kariuki
In a move to increase production capacity, Pilatus announced its plans to assume 230 employees and machinery from RUAG Aerostructures Schweiz AG in Switzerland.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Jeremy Kariuki
Pilatus has entered an agreement with Aero Centers Epps to acquire the authorized Pilatus sales and service center at Atlanta’s Dekalb-Peachtree Airport (PDK).
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Lee Ann Shay
Fleets are set to grow in all sectors except military and year-over-year growth is projected to be highest for the commercial and business aviation aftermarket.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Jeremy Kariuki
Tradewind Aviation has expanded its charter fleet with the addition of two Pilatus PC-12 NGX turboprop aircraft.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Graham Warwick
Skyryse has begun certification work on its second rotorcraft platform and is Iooking ahead to its first fixed-wing application.
Advanced Air Mobility

By Graham Warwick
The nascent advanced air mobility industry has acted as catalyst for new avionics development.
NBAA

By Thierry Dubois
Markus Bucher talks to Aviation Week about the Swiss company’s plan to increase the payload of the PC-24 business jet and shares thoughts on SAF use.
NBAA

By Jeremy Kariuki
Tradewind Aviation, a U.S.-based charter company, announced its expansion into the Southeast with the opening of a new base near Palm Beach, Florida.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Bill Carey
No other aircraft type truly competes with the venerable PC-12 turboprop single, says an aircraft dealer.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Bill Carey
Honeywell is exhibiting a Pilatus PC-12 turboprop fitted with its fifth-generation Anthem flight deck during the 2023 edition of EAA AirVenture Oshkosh.
Flight Deck

By Sean Broderick
Innovative Solutions & Support is confident its recent Honeywell deal will bring opportunities in the commercial aircraft and business aviation markets.
Interiors & Connectivity

By Garrett Reim
The agreement starts with Sky2Share acquiring the five-seat Cassio 330.
Advanced Air Mobility

By Bill Carey
Honeywell on May 12 completed the first flight of a Pilatus PC-12 test airplane managed by its new Anthem integrated flight deck.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Ian Sheppard
The reasons for the lack of progress were debated at a SET-OPS seminar April 21 at AERO Friedrichshafen, Europe’s leading event for general aviation (GA).
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By Molly McMillin
The Pilatus PC-12 single-engine turboprop fleet has surpassed 10 million flight hr. since the first aircraft made its inaugural flight in May 1991.
Airports, FBOs & Suppliers

By Angus Batey
Electrification of regional and subregional aircraft offers huge potential and a faster route to both meaningful reduction in transport emissions and profits.
Advanced Air Mobility

By Brian Everstine
The Taliban claims to have repaired about half of the U.S.-provided aircraft that were damaged during the final days of the American withdrawal from Kabul.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Graham Warwick
The 11-blade propeller has been flown on MT’s Piper Cheyenne testbed, fitted to one of the aircraft’s two Pratt & Whitney PT6A turboprops.
Advanced Air Mobility

By Fred George
PC-12 NGX bears close resemblance to the original airplane that made its debut more than a quarter century ago.
Business Aviation

By Molly McMillin
Is a new version of the Pilatus PC-12 single-engine turboprop in the works? It appears so.
Business Aviation

By Fred George
Pilatus is on schedule to deliver its 1,600th PC-12 aircraft this year, by far the largest number of single-engine pres- surized turboprops in the business aircraft fleet.
Business Aviation

Oriens Aviation recorded a strong 2017, with the sale of five new Pilatus PC-12 aircraft to customers. The company also has secured its first new-build delivery position for 2018.
Business Aviation

By William Garvey
The Cessna Denali poses the first challenge to the Pilatus PC-12 in a quarter century. The leader has 1,500+ aircraft head start.
Business Aviation

By Fred George
There’s no mistaking a 2016 Pilatus PC-12 NG from earlier versions of the aircraft. The third iteration of this 22-year-old model sports a five-blade Hartzell prop with scimitar shaped blades made of black carbon fiber. It is more efficient at converting torque into thrust in all phases of flight than the aluminum Hartzell four-blade prop it replaces.
Business Aviation

Bruce D. Nordwall (Washington)
Short-takeoff-and-landing aircraft will be the latest addition to the Homeland Security Dept.'s air force for protecting the U.S. from terrorism and smuggling.
Aircraft & Propulsion