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Wed, May 21, 2014

Pilatus Signs First PC-24 Sales Contracts

Initial Airplanes Will Be Delivered To Well-Known Fleet Operators

On the opening day of the European Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (EBACE) in Geneva, Pilatus Aircraft Ltd signed fleet sales contracts with a first group of customers planning to operate their PC-24s in typical segments of the target market for which the new Pilatus jet has been designed. Sales went ahead on the basis of binding contracts and non-refundable deposits.

Oscar J. Schwenk, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Pilatus and Markus Bucher, CEO, today signed contracts for the sale of PC-24 fleets with five well-known operators:

  • Falcon Aviation Services, United Arab Emirates: 2 PC-24s
  • Jetfly, Luxembourg: 4 PC-24s
  • PlaneSense, USA: 6 PC-24s
  • Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia (Western Operations): 3 PC-24s, incl. option for 1 additional aircraft
  • U-Haul International, USA: 2 PC-24s

"It's fantastic to be able to sign the first sales contracts for our new aircraft with such well-known operators. Our first customers plan to use their PC-24s for a broad and varied spectrum of mission profiles; with its unique characteristics, we believe our aircraft offers the ideal solution in each case," said Schwenk. "Missions will include commercial flights, medical flights, private business flights and fractional ownership arrangements. I would like to express my very sincere thanks to our customers for their confidence in our company and in the PC-24.”

"In terms of operations, our first fleet customers cover a wide spectrum of different use," Bucher said. "In terms of location, too, we will see our PC-24 flying in many areas of the world right from the start of deliveries.

"We attach the highest priority to customer service, and look forward to this very valuable early opportunity to acquire a deeper understanding of PC-24 operations in very varied, and sometimes extreme, conditions," Bucher continued. "Specifically composed teams will do everything possible to ensure that the first PC-24s are ready to operate smoothly from 2017."

(Image from file)

FMI: www.pilatus-aircraft.com

 


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