The Pilatus PC-12 NG can operate on short runways and unpaved ground, can reach many airports that most private jets cannot reach, and often allows passengers to land near their final destination. It was announced in 1989 that the first batch of PC-12 was delivered in 1994.
Over the years, PC-12 has continued to develop, and its latest version is the PC-12 NG with improved flight performance launched in 2008. This single-engine aircraft powered by a turbine engine has a reputation for performance, reliability and operational flexibility.
PC-12 NG can operate on short runways and unpaved ground, can reach many airports that most private jets cannot reach, and often allows passengers to land near their final destination. In addition to execution arrangements, the PC-12 NG can also be set up to perform air ambulance flights.
A typical PC-12 NG can accommodate 6 to 8 passengers. It has a refreshment centre, a fully enclosed bathroom and a luggage area at the rear of the cabin, which can be accessed onboard. PC-12 provides more cabin space than most turboprops and mid-size jets, and standard cargo doors for large suitcases, motorcycles or surfboards.
Paris – Nice by Pilatus PC-12 6 seats, starting at 6100 EUR
Paris-Geneva by Pilatus PC-12 6 seats starting at 4600 EUR
Paris-London by Pilatus PC-12 6 seats from 4700 EUR
Hire a Pilatus PC-12 with AeroJet Me by booking online or by contacting our team on +44 7810 538779.
|Hourly Rate||1400 €/hour|
|Purchase Price||4 000 000 €|