Pilatus PC-24

PC-24

Pilatus PC-24 profile, including current pricing, manufacturing dates, cabin size and passenger capacity, range, speed, baggage space, fractional ownership and jet card options

Pilatus PC-24 Facts

The Swiss-made PC-24 light jet follows the PC-12 turboprop.

It can land on grass strips and features a rear cabin cargo door.

The cargo door in the rear passenger cabin allows quick conversion from passengers, plus the ability to easily load oversize baggage, including skis.

PlaneSense and Volato offer the PC-24 in their fractional ownership programs. OneFlight offers the light jet option in its BAJIT jet card program.

Manufacturing Dates

Production Start: 2018

Production Ends: In Production

Cabin Category

Light Jet

Fleet Size

As of March 2022, Amstat lists 15 Pilatus PC-24s in service.

PC-24 Cabin Size and Passengers

PC-24 seating
Pilatus PC-24 seat diagram in eight-seat layout.

Height: 5 ft 1 in

Width: 5 ft 6 in

Length: 23 ft

Seating Capacity: 6 to 8

Range

The range is from 1,525 to 1,950 nm

Speed

Maximum Cruise Speed: 506 mph

Baggage Space

Varies by configuration. The PC-24 has a 4.4 ft wide x 4.5 ft high rear cargo door.

Access

Fractional Ownership – Yes

Dedicated Jet Card – Yes

Pricing

New Pilatus PC-24s retail for $11.2 million. Used PC-24s are listed starting at approximately $10.49 million.

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Private Jet deliveries 2015 to 2020

Private jet deliveries by year from 2015 to 2020, by OEM, and private jet model from Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, Cirrus, Dassault, Embraer, Gulfstream, Honda, Pilatus, and Textron

When it comes to private jets, COVID-19 impacted 2020 saw delivery of new aircraft drop to 644, the lowest count since 2004. It followed 809 new business jet deliveries in 2019, the best since 874 units in 2009, and 1,317 in 2008.

Tradewind Aviation posts COVID-19 Coronavirus travel updates

Tradewind Aviation

The charter operator flies turboprops and light private jets in the Northeastern U.S. and Caribbean

Tradewind Aviation, which operates regionally in the Northeast U.S. and the Caribbean with on-demand charter, jet cards, and scheduled flights on its fleet of Pilatus PC-12s (it also has several Cessna Citation CJ-3s) has updated travel information based on the Covid-19 Coronavirus emergency.

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