The first prototype flew on May 31, 1991.
| ENGINE||1 x Pratt & Whitney PT6A-67B, 1327kW|
| Take-off weight||4000 kg||8819 lb|
| Empty weight||2386 kg||5260 lb|
| Payload||1150kg||2535 lb|
| Wingspan||13.78 m||45 ft 3 in|
| Length||13.96 m||46 ft 10 in|
| Height||4.14 m||14 ft 7 in|
| Cruise speed||497 km/h||309 mph|
| Ceiling||7620 m||25000 ft|
|Kevin Stark, e-mail, 05.12.2010 03:38|
The stats listed above are quite out of date. The aircraft has gone from Series 9 to Series 10 to the NG (next generation), HP has gone up on each. Take-off weight has gone up. Cruise speed also increased. Service ceiling is 30,000 ft. Avionics has led the way in each new series. I have about 6,000 hours in this aircraft (95 % single pilot) and have enjoyed every minute of my flying with the machine.
|Buz Allen, e-mail, 10.10.2010 02:44|
The best thing about the PC-12 is it's a Mooney on Steroids!! What other turbo-prop a /c has an 18:1 glide ratio and is built like a battleship with the most reliable engine ever Built and so economical to operate!! Leave to the worlds best watchmakers to put the other aviation co's to shame!!
|nadine, e-mail, 23.09.2008 22:10|
Hello, I would like to have the names of some companies that use your pilatus pc-12 aircraft. This information is for my schooling research. Thank you for your time Nadine schmitt
|Jose Bogarin, e-mail, 25.06.2007 03:37|
I currently own a Cessna Caravan, and im looking for a transition to a pilatus pc 12, do you recommend me changing my caravan foe the pc 12 for 1.5 million more?
|Jose Maria, e-mail, 23.05.2007 17:30|
Seņores, soy de Argentina y quisiera saber el precio de PILATUS PC 12 usado.Gracias
|stephanie hudson, e-mail, 17.01.2007 01:45|
We just purchased a pc-12 from Africa and waiting the arrival , we currently own a citation III, an Mu-2Long body. We just sold our CJ-2, What kind of transition do I have to look forward to in flying this aircraft.
I'm trying to find a school that will certify me without having to go for a solid seventeen days.
Do you have any comments?
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