The key to the 1,700th PC-12 (serial number 1912) was presented to Jetfly Aviation's Managing Director Maxime Bouchard during a ceremony at Pilatus' head office in Stans, Switzerland this week.
The worldwide PC-12 fleet has already clocked up over seven million hours in the air, undertaking a wide variety of roles for businesses, private individuals, charter operations and medevac organisations. Pilatus expects deliveries of the PC-12 to exceed 80 by the end of 2019.
Cédric Lescop, CEO of Luxembourg-headquartered Jetfly, commented: “We are thrilled to be taking delivery of the 1,700th PC-12. Jetfly operates the largest fleet of PC-12s in Europe, with 40 aircraft in service. The success of the Jetfly fractional programme would not have been possible without this ecological, safe, economic and high performance aircraft.”
Ignaz Gretener, VP General Aviation, Pilatus, added: “We have enjoyed an excellent partnership with Jetfly for many years and we are obviously delighted to have them as our customer for this 1,700th PC-12, which represents another milestone for our company. Our customers come into the PC-12 for the simple reason that it delivers the best combination of comfort, performance, safety and efficiency available at any price.”
BlueSky Business Aviation News | 28th November 2019 | Issue #535
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