Built for the Yeeeeha!
The Super Versatile Jet
A Class of its own.
Every crystal found in the mountains of Switzerland is entirely unique. Just as unique is the PC-24, the only aircraft combining the versatility of a turboprop with the cabin size of a medium-light jet, and the performance of a light jet. It’s a plane that simply doesn’t fit into any of the existing business jet categories.
That’s why Pilatus had to create a new one: the Super Versatile Jet (SVJ) category. The PC-24 has been engineered to be “off-road“ compatible from the beginning. Its outstanding short-field performance – even on unpaved runways – opens up an incredible level of mobility. With the PC-24, you will have access to almost 100% more airports around the world.
That means you can fly closer to your final destination than with any other business jet. You‘ll be able to use smaller airports and avoid massive administrative procedures, and reduce ground transfer time to an absolute minimum.
Exceeding Expectations Everywhere.
At Pilatus, our legacy of innovative and efficient technology is driven by the world around us. To power the PC-24, we chose the Williams International FJ44-4A, a world-renowned power unit. It delivers ample power to support the PC-24’s excellent field performance and enables a direct climb to the PC-24’s operational ceiling. But we wouldn’t be Pilatus if we simply settled there – we wanted to go further. Here’s another world premiere: the PC-24’s unique Quiet Power Mode™ provides quiet, economical energy to power electrical systems – including heating and air-conditioning – independent of any source of ground power. These innovations offer more operational flexibility and higher fuel efficiency. Or to put it simply: maximum versatility.
|Max cruise speed (FL300)||425 k TAS (489 mph)||787 km/h TAS|
|Range 4 Pax 1||1,950 nm / 2,244 sm||3,610 km|
|Range 6 Pax 2||1,800 nm / 2,071 sm||3,330 km|
|Max certified altitude||45,000 ft||13,716 m|
|Cabin altitude at 45,000 ft||8,000 ft||2,438 m|
|Takeoff balanced field length 3||2,690 ft||820 m|
|Takeoff balanced field length (hot & high) 4||4,430 ft||1,350 m|
|Rate of climb (MTOW, Sea Level)||4,075 ft / min||1,242 m / min|
|Time to climb sea level to FL450 (direct climb)||30 min||30 min|
|Landing distance over 50 ft obstacle 5||2,525 ft||770 m|
|Stall speed (MLW, ISA, Sea Level)||81 k IAS (93 mph)||150 km/h IAS|
1 (800lb payload, NBAA IFR reserve, LRC, Single Pilot OPS)
2 (1200lb payload, NBAA IFR reserve, LRC, Single Pilot OPS)
3 (MTOW, ISA, sea level, dry paved runway)
4 (MTOW, ISA +20°C, 5000ft, dry paved runway)
5 (MLW, ISA, sea level, dry paved runway)
|Max ramp weight||17.750 lbs||8.050 kg|
|Max takeoff weight||17.650 lbs||8.005 kg|
|Max landing weight||16.250 lbs||7.370 kg|
|Max zero fuel weight||13.450 lbs||6.100 kg|
|Usable fuel (855.5 U.S. gal)||5.965 lbs||2.705 kg|
|Max payload||2.500 lbs||1.135 kg|
|Max payload with full fuel||915 lbs||415 kg|