40 Baggage Capacity
5.0 Cabin Width
4.95 Cabin Height
16.9 Cabin Length
Enclosed Lavatory Style
The PC-12 is a top-rated pressurized single-engine turbine-powered aircraft manufactured by the Swiss company Pilatus. It is comparable to the King Air 200 twin and can accommodate six to nine passengers. The PC-12 is a powerful turboprop that is also highly reliable and has been employed by the U.S. Air Force, which has designated it U-28A. Pilatus Aircraft developed the PC-12, which entered service in 1991, for business aviation, air freight transport, and medical evacuation. The versatile aircraft can take off and land at international airports, small airfields, and unpaved runways. Its flexibility makes it ideal for charter flights to remote destinations not served by commercial airlines or larger private jets.
A single Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-67B turboprop engine powers the PC 12. In 2019, Pilatus announced an upgraded version of its flagship PC-12, the NG (for Next Generation). The new model uses a more powerful engine to achieve a higher maximum cruise speed and improve climb performance. It is also fitted with improved avionics using the Honeywell Primus Apex integrated system, and the cabin windows are 10% bigger. With a maximum cruise speed of 315 knots, the PC-12 has a long flight range of around 1,500 miles (1,340 nm). This allows for a quick and direct flight from New York to Miami or Chicago to Dallas. The aircraft’s short-runway capabilities will enable it to access airports that are too small for larger jets that require more length for takeoff and landings.
If you’re looking for a private jet with turboprop engines, the PC12 TurboProp is an excellent option. This aircraft has been available since 2016 and has undergone various upgrades, including increased maximum takeoff weight, powerful engines, state-of-the-art avionics, noise reduction features, and improved speed and range. The PC-12 is a highly reliable and flexible aircraft that boasts an aesthetically pleasing interior designed by BMW Designworks, featuring fine woods and leather. The Executive 6 + 2 cabin-seating package is a popular floor plan that includes a center four-seat club section and two forward-facing seats with full extension leg rests. Additionally, the work tables fold out flush with the side rails to maximize the usable cabin space.
The cabin of the PC-12 is quite spacious and can be customized to meet customers’ needs in various ways. It can accommodate up to eight executive seats, arranged in a double club configuration for in-flight business or rearranged for private rest. Additionally, the cabin is equipped with fitted cabinets and tables. If passengers require less seating and more space for cargo and luggage, a combination of arrangements can be set up using available anchor points and cargo nets with the combi-conversion kit. Further, the baggage area is easily accessible during the flight. One or two pilots operate our chartered Pilatus planes to ensure your safety during the flight.
The PC-12’s large cabin is typically laid out with executive seating for six or eight passengers. It can be configured with a passenger-cargo combination layout or a dedicated cargo configuration with a fully enclosed lavatory. The aircraft’s flat floor and 330 cubic feet of internal baggage space offer plenty of storage for luggage, equipment, and personal belongings. The spacious pressurized cabin of the PC-12 can accommodate up to nine passengers with their luggage. It is designed for face-to-face seating so passengers can work or talk during their flight. The cabin is well-appointed with amenities, including air conditioning and a private lavatory. There are also electrical outlets throughout the cabin, allowing you to charge your laptop or tablet.