Pilatus PC-24

By Molly McMillin
Pilatus Aircraft appears to have received FAA certification for the upgraded version of its PC-24 business jet.
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 Molly McMillin
In all, the upgrades include more than 1,000 modifications throughout the aircraft, officials say.
Aircraft & Propulsion

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 Tony Osborne
The Swiss Air Force is to acquire a Bombardier Global 7500 business jet for VIP missions.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Tony Osborne
Pilatus delivered 133 aircraft in 2022, according to the OEM’s annual report for 2022 published March 2.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Angus Batey
The Pilatus PC-24—described by its manufacturer as a sui-generis “super versatile jet”—took a step closer to entering active service in the UK this week, as distributor Oriens Aviation brought two examples for a familiarization and demonstration tour.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Fred George
As with the PC-12, operators say they expect the PC-24 to become considerably more capable as post-certification development continues. It’s off to a strong start, and it can only get better.
Business Aviation

By William Garvey
Small Swiss airframer Pilatus has big success with its highly versatile turboprop and jet business aircraft models.
Business Aviation

By Fred George
Pilatus’s first business jet, the PC-24, provides a unique mix of cabin volume, cargo capability, runway performance and fuel efficiency.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Fred George
Two design features make the PC-24 engines stand apart from competitors.
Business Aviation

By William Garvey, Jessica A. Salerno, Molly McMillin
In late June, the Pilatus PC-24 twinjet made its first landing on an unpaved runway as part of a test program by the Swiss manufacturer to obtain "Rough Field" certification in the fourth quarter 2018.
Business Aviation

By Fred George
PC-24's ACE flight deck, powered by Honeywell Epic 2.0 avionics, features 12-in. screens, point-and-click graphic user interface and several advanced features.
Business Aviation

By Fred George
The much-anticipated Pilatus PC-24 might well be named the big Swiss surprise. Many people confuse it for a turbofan-powered variant of the PC-12.
Business Aviation

By Fred George
These graphs are designed to illustrate the performance of Pilatus PC-24 under a variety of range, payload, speed and density altitude conditions.
Business Aviation

By Fred George
BCA compares the PC-24's specifications and performance attributes to the characteristics of other aircraft in its class.
Business Aviation

By Molly McMillin
The Pilatus PC-24 twin-engine business jet under development is on track for certification by year’s end, said Michael Kolman, regional director of Pilatus aircraft sales for KCAC Aviation, based in Olathe, Kansas.
Business Aviation

More than 13,000 aviation professionals and 500 exhibitors are expected at this year’s European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE), which opens May 24 at the Palexpo Exhibition Center in Geneva.
Business Aviation

By Molly McMillin
Pilatus Aircraft’s twin-engine PC-24 business jet, announced in 2013, completed its first flight May 11 in Switzerland.
Business Aviation