Levaero Aviation, the exclusive dealer of Pilatus aircraft in Canada, has announced the delivery of a brand-new Pilatus PC-12 NGX to Jetport, based in Hamilton, Ontario.
The single-engine Pilatus PC-12 already carries the accolade as the most popular turboprop in the world.
With more than 2,000 PC-12s delivered by the manufacturer, the global fleet has now flown more than 10 million hours, and there is currently a formidable Canadian fleet of 111 PC-12s.
Jetport charter operations
Stan Kuliavas, Vice President of Sales and Business Development at Levaero Aviation, commented, “The Pilatus PC-12 NGX is the global benchmark turboprop for versatility, reliability, and comfort.”
“This delivery underlines our commitment to meeting the evolving needs of our clients, and we are delighted to add yet another top-performing Pilatus aircraft to the Canadian fleet.”
Jetport will be offering the new aircraft for charter, broadening the fleet available to their clientele. With the latest advancements in engine technology, avionics, and a cabin designed for optimal passenger comfort, the PC-12 NGX represents the epitome of high-performance turboprop aircraft.
Patrick Bouvry, President of Jetport, said, “We look forward to providing our clients with the unparalleled performance and flexibility of the PC-12 NGX. Its impressive capabilities make it the perfect addition to our fleet and a fantastic option for those seeking private charter services.”
The consistent demand and growing popularity of the Pilatus PC-12 series attest to its unmatched capabilities, both on paved and unpaved runways. Its remarkable efficiency and safety record have made it the turboprop aircraft of choice globally.
The Pilatus PC-12 NGX
Building on the proven success of its predecessor, the PC-12 NGX offers pilots the latest technologies in navigation, safety, and situational awareness.
With tools and features more advanced than most airliners, the PC-12 NGX raises the bar with enhanced graphical displays, including:
Weather on the vertical situation display, full ADS-B IN functionality, 3D audio, detailed 2D airport moving maps, SmartLanding and SmartRunway awareness and advisory system, flight path guidance for visual approaches, controller-pilot datalink communications.
The NGX variant also offers an optional digital autothrottle system – the first of its kind in a business turboprop.
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