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Pilatus Delivers Tenth PC-24 to Jetfly

Pilatus Delivers Tenth PC-24 to Jetfly

Luxemburg-based operator Jetfly recently solidified its position as the world’s biggest Pilatus PC-24 operator by taking delivery of its tenth PC-24 super versatile jet.

The Swiss-made PC-24, designed by French industrial designer Philippe Starck, features a spacious cabin and short runways needed for landing. The Luxembourg-based fractional ownership has partnered with Pilatus for over 20 years, having also operated PC-12 turboprops.

“Since adding the first PC-24 to our fleet in 2018, we have seen more and more customers wanting to fly with this amazingly spacious versatile jet. It’s the perfect aircraft for us; our passengers appreciate and love it!” said Cédric Lescop, CEO, Jetfly.

Versatile jets combine the cabin size of medium light jets and the performance of light jets.

Ignaz Gretener, VP General Aviation at Pilatus, said the fleet of PC-24 fractional operators has grown in the U.S. and Europe since the aircraft came out in 2018.

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