The Pilatus PC-12 is the foundation of the PlaneSense® fractional aircraft program. In fact, it has been the sole aircraft in the PlaneSense® program fleet since the first share owner joined the program in 1995. As a near perfect embodiment of George A. Antoniadis’ vision for the company, the Pilatus PC-12 specs is a large, powerful, comfortable and efficient aircraft that is capable of delivering exceptional benefits by drawing on a long list of strengths. It’s particularly gratifying when we hear our fractional share owners play that back to us.
• Powered by a 1,200 SHP Pratt & Whitney PT6A-67P engine, the PC-12 NG offers a maximum cruise speed of 322 mph and altitude of 30,000 feet. The range of PC-12s in the PlaneSense fleet is 1,100+ nautical miles with three adults, two crew, maximum baggage and NBAA IFR fuel reserve. Factors that most impact range include payload, wind speed as well as direction, altitude, and air traffic.
• A high-lift wing for landing on runways as short as 2,500 feet and a retractable trailing-link landing gear for landing on paved and unpaved runways.
• A large 53 inch x 52 inch aft cargo door for easy loading of luggage and personal gear.