The Aircraft

The Pilatus PC-12 is an 8-seat pressured aircraft with a turbo-prop engine which can fly well above the clouds. 

In operation around the globe, the PC-12 has found popularity in a number of roles including executive journeys, cargo transport, air ambulance services and government special mission applications.

The aircraft can be operated across a long range with a single pilot. With low operating costs, high speed, and bespoke construction, you are sure to find the perfect balance in the Pilatus PC-12.

You can view the flight history of the aircraft here 

You can view the Registration History of the aircraft here

The Technical Bits:

  • A Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-67P engine, flat-rated at 1,200 SHP with five blade graphite composite propeller
  • A 330 cubic foot pressurized passenger cabin with seating for up to 8 passengers
  • A maximum range of 1,845 nautical miles (HSC, VFR, reserves)
  • 285 knot maximum cruise speed
  • A high-lift wing for exceptional short-field performance
  • Standard forward passenger door and large (53 in x 52 in) aft cargo door
  • Retractable trailing-link landing gear capable of grass and unimproved field operation
  • Certification for flight into known icing conditions
  • State-of-the-art Honeywell Primus Apex avionics
  • Single-pilot certification