PlaneSense Fleet Continues to Grow with New Aircraft in Production

GEORGE A. ANTONIADIS in the Pilutus production room.

PlaneSense, Inc. President and CEO, George Antoniadis, is visiting the Pilatus facility in Stans, Switzerland this week where he got a first hand look at the next PlaneSense PC-12 turboprop and PC-24 jet in production. It won’t be long before these two private aircraft join the PlaneSense® fractional program fleet! N894AF will be the 69th PC-12 to join the fractional program in the company’s nearly 25-year history. The Program keeps the fleet young by cycling out aircraft after 10-12 years. Currently, the average PlaneSense PC-12 fleet age is 5.2 years. The next PC-24 jet to join the PlaneSense program will be N154AF, the fourth PC-24 in the fractional fleet. Delivery is expected in the fourth quarter of 2019.

PlaneSense PC-12 in the hanger.
Production continues on PC-12 N894AF.

PlaneSense PC-24 undergoing a new paint job.
The signature PlaneSense blue and white paint scheme takes shape on sn154, soon joining the PlaneSense fractional program as private jet N154AF.