Explore the New PC-24 Private Jet Designed for Short Runways

Pilatus PC-24

Pilatus PC-24. Credit: Pilatus Business Aircraft Ltd

The Pilatus PC-24 is wonderfully unique, and the world’s first and only Super Versatile Jet (SVJ). The private jet under the SVJ category has been designed for off-road compatibility from the very beginning. And, it’s outstanding short-field performance, opens amazing levels of mobility.

The Swiss-made SVJ can land on and take-off from shorter runways, and this includes unpaved surfaces like gravel, grass, or dirt. The pilots have an easy access to more than 20,000 airports worldwide, and no wonder the SVJ has more runways, more space, and in short more possibilities.

The plane is equipped with speedy air-to-ground Wi-Fi and is super-comfortable for a light jet. The PC-24 has flexible interiors with continuous flat flooring and also enjoys a spacious cabin that is often likened to a penthouse. The interiors have been designed for quick reconfiguration, and each passenger seat has the capability of quick-change that enables any addition or removal in just a few seconds. Apart from which, the interiors resonate with the latest standards of comfort and functionality, and fliers will experience soft leathers, rare hardwood cabinetry with exquisite details.

The PC-24’s Advanced Cockpit Environment (ACE™) sets the standard for high-tech simplicity. All Pilatus has been certified for single-pilot operation. Also, the cockpit layout is quite intuitive, which makes the PC-24 an ideal blend of single-pilot operational know-how and state-of-the-art avionics technology. The SVJ has a take-off distance of 2,810 ft, a max cruise speed of 440 KTAS, and max range of 2,035 nm. All of this makes it an aircraft that is designed to achieve a wide variety of individual mission profiles.

PlaneSense, a leading national and international provider of fractional aircraft owner who has been offering fractional ownership of aircraft for over two decades have recently offered a PC-24 that it owns on fractional ownership. George Antoniadis, the CEO of PlaneSense, said that they could get closest to any destination and at the same time offer the speed and comfort of a mid-size or larger jet.

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