Pilatus PC-24
Страна: Швейцария
Год: 2015


HB-VXA (c/n P01) over the Alps during its maiden flight from Buochs. The PC-24 is Pilatus' first business jet and its first all-new aircraft since the PC-21 flew 13 years ago.
The second Pilatus PC-24 bizjet (P02, HB-VXB) carried out its first flight from Buochs Airport, Switzerland, on November 16, 2015. It is seen here flying with P01, HB-VXA, which flew in May. The second jet will be used for systems and icing tests and cold weather trials.
11 мая 2015г. из аэропорта Бюохс впервые совершил полет первый швейцарский реактивный административный самолет Pilatus Aircraft PC-24. В этом 55-минутном полете самолетом управлял экипаж в составе командира Пауля Мюлхая (Paul Mulcahy) и второго пилота Рето Аешлиманна (Reto Aeschlimann). Завершение сертификационных испытаний и первые поставки PC-24 запланированы на 2017 г. Компания уже заключила договора на продажу 84 таких самолетов
The prototype Pilatus PC-24 during the unveiling ceremony at Buochs-Stans, Switzerland, on August 1, 2014.
The first flight test PC-24 during the type’s roll-out at Buochs on August 1, 2014.
PC-24 testing started with ground engine runs at Stans.
Honeywell’s Primus Apex avionics, including SmartView synthetic vision and graphical planning systems, feature in the PC-24’s cockpit.
Six seats is the standard configuration for the PC-24 but five other cabin layout options are available.
Pilatus has designed the PC-24 to operate from rough-field strips, as can its PC-12 turboprop.
An artist's impression of the Pilatus PC-24, details of which were revealed at EBACE in Geneva, Switzerland.