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
As of March 2022, Amstat lists 15 Pilatus PC-24s in service.
PC-24 Cabin Size and Passengers
P ilatus 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
The range is from 1,525 to 1,950 nm
Maximum Cruise Speed: 506 mph
Varies by configuration. The PC-24 has a 4.4 ft wide x 4.5 ft high rear cargo door.
Fractional Ownership – Yes
Dedicated Jet Card – Yes
New Pilatus PC-24s retail for $11.2 million. Used PC-24s are listed starting at approximately $10.49 million.
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PlaneSense Executive Overview
Year Founded 1995 Leadership George A. Antoniadis, CEO & President Jim Citro, CFO & Treasurer Kevin Gordon, Vice President of Flight Operation Gary Arber, Vice President & General Counsel David Verani, Vice President of Sales & Marketing Mark Baur, Vice President of Business Development & Strategy Robyn Moses-Harney, Vice President of Human Resources Todd Smith, Director of Airworthiness Headquarters Portsmouth, New Hampshire Fractional Ownership Aircraft Pilatus PC-12, Pilatus PC-24 Related Products On-demand charter Related Companies Cobalt Air
PlaneSense is the largest Pilatus PC-12 operator in the world. It was founded in 1995 by George A. Antoniadis, who continues as CEO & President.
Its program is based on the popular Pilatus PC-12 turboprop, which has the ability to land on short and grass runways.
In 2019, it expanded its fractional ownership with the addition of the
PC-24 light jet.
In 2021, the Portsmouth, New Hampshire-based operator expanded the ferry-free service area for its PC-12 to the
It also took delivery of its 75th of the single-engine turboprops since its 1995 founding.
Aircraft Type Number in Fleet Pilatus PC-24 7 Pilatus PC-12 37 Nextant 400XTi 1 PlaneSense News
Fractional share operator PlaneSense has taken delivery of its 75th Pilatus PC-12 turboprop 26 years after receiving its first of the Swiss-made single-engine turboprops in 1995
PlaneSense, Inc. recently took delivery of its 75th
Pilatus PC-12. Its fleet of Swiss-made single-engine turboprops will reach 38 aircraft by the end of 2021. Six more were ordered for 2022.
PlaneSense fractional owners will no longer need to pay ferry fees to fly in the Western U.S. on its Pilatus PC-12 program
fractional shareowners have always been able to fly to and from the Western U.S., they will no longer pay ferry fees for the Pilatus PC-12.