Pilatus PC24 Charter Flights
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Pilatus PC24 Charter Flight Information
Swiss aeronautics manufacturer Pilatus Aircraft already has a loyal following for its groundbreaking PC12, a single-engine turboprop that first began operations in the 1990s. In 2018, the company started tapping into the midsize class with the unveiling of the Pilatus PC24 jet charter. It might actually be unfair to call it a midsize jet. While it certainly has the cabin space (501 cubic feet) and range (2,035 nautical miles with four passengers) of an aircraft in that class, this remarkable aircraft has the handling and runway performance of a much smaller plane. Here are some impressive stats to back up the manufacturer’s decision to place the Pilatus PC24 jet charter its own class, which they named the Super Versatile Jet:
- Maximum service ceiling: 45,000 feet
- Landing distance: 2,355 feet
- Climb rate: 4,151 feet/min
- Time to climb: 24.4 min (to FL450)
Access Hard-to-Reach Places
The PC24 is regarded as a STOL (Short Take Off and Landing) aircraft. It can take off from runways as short as 2,810 feet. That rivals many turboprop aircraft. Further adding to the PC24’s versatility, it can take off from both paved and unpaved surfaces. As Pilatus points out in their marketing material, there are about 11,700 airports with paved runways around worldwide that measure a minimum of 2,810 feet. When you include airstrips with unpaved surfaces (grass, gravel etc.) that number jumps to more than 20,000. In other words, if you want to rent a jet that gets you closer to where you need to go, this is as good as it gets for a midsize jet. By being able to access smaller airports, you benefit in several ways:
- Greatly reduce ground transfer time
- Avoid administrative procedures of larger hubs
- Access remote locations
Pilatus opted to power the PC24 with a pair of Williams International FJ44-4A turbofans. These tried-and-tested engines not only give this midsize jet its superior runway and handling performance, they are also used to power the aircraft’s electrical systems, including heating and air conditioning.
Fly in Comfort and Convenience
As mentioned, the Pilatus PC24 jet charter boasts ample cabin space. In its ideal configuration, it will comfortably accommodate eight passengers in a double-club formation (maximum occupancy is 11). The cabin dimensions measure:
- 23 feet long
- 5 feet, 7 inches wide
- 5 feet, 1 inch tall
A continuous flat floor and the use of high-end finishing materials serve to enhance the inflight experience. The Pilatus PC24 jet charter is also the only aircraft in the midsize class to feature a pallet-size cargo door, offering easy access to 90 cubic feet of storage.
The Stratos Difference
To book your next trip aboard the exquisitely designed Pilatus PC24 jet charter, call Stratos Jets. Our agents will help you quickly identify which aircraft are best suited and well positioned to meet your air charter needs. We can even arrange any extra services you may require to make your trip more convenient and enjoyable, such as:
- Ground transportation to and from the airport
- Hotel and restaurant bookings
- Inflight catering menus
When planning your next jet charter trip, call one of our experienced private flight advisors at Stratos Jet Charters at (888) 593-9066 to provide a quote on your travel itinerary. We’re available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and can have a plane waiting for you with as little as four hours' notice.
Pilatus PC24 Charter Rates (Per hour)
* Pricing is based on aircraft availability and the positioning requirements of the aircraft.
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