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Business Jet Pilatus PC-12/47

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Aircraft category:
Turbo prop

Capacity
up to 6 pax
Speed
500 km/h
Range
2,976 km
Trunk volume
1.13 cub.m

~ 1,500 €

Rental price (1h.)

Flight and line-up characteristics

Technical

Category:
Flight range:
2,976 km
Cruising speed:
500 km/h
Flight altitude:
9,150 m
Take-off weight:
4,740 kg
Number of engines:
1
Engine model:
Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-67B
Fuel consumption:
0.538 gallon
Landing distance:
560 m
Take-off distance:
452 m
Typical Avionics Suite:
Honeywell Primus Apex

Salon

Max. num. of passengers:
6
Opt. num. of passengers:
5
Cabin length:
5.16 m
Salon width:
1.53 m
Salon height:
1.45 m
Cabin Zones:
1
Salon volume:
9.34 cub.m
Trunk volume:
1.13 cub.m

Plane size

Plane length:
14.4 m
Aircraft height:
4.26 m
Wingspan:
16.28 m

Data (Market)

Start model year:
2005 y
End model year:
2008 y
Approximate purchase price:
2,354,100.00€

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Date
Легкие и малые самолеты
Airbus 319 Corporate Jet
Flight time
3 ч.40 мин.
No. of places
до 8 человек
Cost of flight
от 26 298,75 €

Description

Background/History

At the 1989 NBAA convention in Atlanta, Pilatus showed a mock-up of their latest project, the single-engine turboprop PC-12. The new aircraft was aimed at the developing market for large single-engine utility aircraft to serve such roles as small-package delivery and short-range business travel. The PC-12 accomplished its first flight in May 1991and demonstrated a level of performance that exceeded that of its major competitor, the Cessna Caravan, in range, cruise speed, and climb rate. The PC-12 shows evidence of its lineage in the short-field capability that was the hallmark of Pilatus’ earlier PC-6 Porter and Turbo Porter series. Unlike the high-wing, taildragger PC-6, the sophisticated PC-12 is a sleek low-wing monoplane with retractable gear. Its role as a utility plane is somewhat disguised by the jet-like appearance of its T-tail and winglets, its swift speeds, and its high-tech EFIS and avionics suite. The Pilatus PC-12 received FAA certification in July 1994, and by December 2000 more than 253 examples were flying with production continuing at a steady rate. As of 2006, there have been 610 aircraft produced. The PC-12/47 was produced beginning in 2007.

Power

The PC-12 is powered by a Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-67B turboprop engine flat-rated to 1,200shp at takeoff to ISA +36C. The four-bladed, constant-speed metal propeller is built by Hartzell and is full-feathering and reversible. Engine inspection interval is 3,500 hours.

Avionics

The PC-12 can be equipped with either a standard AlliedSignal two-tube EFIS 40, or optional AlliedSignal four- or five-tube EFIS panels with the KFC 325 3-axis autopilot. Bendix/King supplies dual KX155 navcoms, the KN62A DME, KR87 ADF, and KT71 transponder. The engine instrument system or EIS is a liquid crystal display of both analog and digital engine and system readouts. On recent aircraft the RDR 2000 radar is installed in place of the RDS82 VP radar found on earlier aircraft.

Design Features

The Pilatus PC-12 is a single-engine turboprop powered, pressurized, business/utility aircraft configured as a cantilever low-wing monoplane with a cantilever T-tail. The retractable tricycle landing gear utilizes trailing-link main gear struts, and has a single wheel on each unit. The airframe is constructed primarily of aluminum, but composite materials are used for some components. In addition to the typical airstair door just aft of the flight deck, a port-side cargo door measuring 52″ x 55″ is located aft of the wing. Operational features include automatic torque limiting, automatic fuel load balancing, and a stall-warning stick shaker/stick pusher system.

Accomodations

The PC-12’s interior can be configured for a variety of missions. The aircraft is offered in a standard seven passenger executive layout version with an aft lavatory. High-density seating would add two additional passenger seats and with the co-pilot seat on the flight deck available if desired. Also available are a freighter version, or a combination arrangement in which the forward section of the cabin houses four passenger seats and a large cargo area occupies the aft section of the cabin. A number of the aircraft have had interiors completed in an air ambulance configuration. Cabin dimensions are 4.8ft. in height, 5.0ft. in width and 16.9ft. in length.

Manufacturer (Hersteller)
Pilatus Aircraft AG
CH-6370 Stans
Switzerland

Phone: +41 41-619-6111
Fax: +41 41-610-3351
Internet: www.pilatus-aircraft.com

General (Allgemeine Angaben)
Crew (Besatzung): 1 or 2
Passengers (Passagiere): six in executive outfit to nine maximum in passenger version

Power plant (Antrieb): 1 x Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-67B turboprop
Power (Leistung): flat rated to 1200 shp (895 kW) take-off and 1000 shp (746 kW) in the cruise (Reiseflug).
Fuel consumption: 0.538 lbs/shp/h
TBO: 3500 hrs (hot section inspection at 1750 hours)
Propeller: Four blade Hartzell, 1700 rpm, diameter is 2,67 m

Dimensions (Abmessungen)
Length (Länge): 14,40 m
Height (Höhe): 4,26 m
Span (Spannweite): 16,23 m
Wing area (Flügelfläche): 25,81 sq m

Cabin length (Kabinenlänge): 5,16 m
Cabin width (Kabinenbreite): 1,53 m
Cabin height (Kabinenhöhe): 1,45 m
Cabin volume (Kabinenvolumen): 9,34 cu m
Baggage compartment: 1,13 cu m

Weights (Massen)
Standard empty weight (Leermasse): 2661 kg or 2887 kg in Executive fit or 2545 kg for cargo operations
Max. payload (max. Nutzlast): 1873 kg from 2006 (was 1350 kg or 1123 kg in executive outfit earlier)
Payload with full fuel (Nutzlast mit vollen Tanks): 539 kg in standard fit, 313 kg in Executive version or 656 kg in cargo fit
Max. useable fuel (Max. nutzbarer Kraftstoff): 1226 kg (1522 l, 402 US gallons)
Max. zero fuel weight (Max. Masse ohne Kraftstoff): 4100 kg
Max. ramp weight (Max. Masse am Boden): 4520 kg
Max. take-off weigth (Max. Startmasse): 4740 kg from 2006 (was 4500 kg earlier)
Max. landing weight (Max. Landemasse): 4500 kg

Performance (Flugleistungen)
Max. cruise speed (max. Reisefluggeschwindigkeit): 270 kts (500 km/h TAS)
Stall speed (Überziehgeschwindigkeit): 64 kts (121 km/h)
Max. operating altitude (Reiseflughöhe): 30000 ft (9150 m)
Rate of climb (Steigrate): 1940 ft/min (9,8 m/s)
Take-off run (Startrollstrecke): 452 m
Take-off over 15 m obstacle: 701 m
Take-off distance over 50 ft obstacle (Startstrecke über ein 15-m-Hindernis): 700 m
Landing distance over 50 ft obstacle (Landestrecke): 560 m
Landing ground roll: 288 m with reverse
Max. range (Reichweite):
- 850 km with 1465 kg cargo at high-speed cruse
- 903 km with 1465 kg cargo at long range cruise
- 2671 km with six passengers in Executive fit, high-speed cruise
- 2804 km with nine passengers at long-range cruise
- 2976 km with six passengers in Executive fit, long range cruise
- 4150 km ferry flight, no payload in standard fit

Background/History

At the 1989 NBAA convention in Atlanta, Pilatus showed a mock-up of their latest project, the single-engine turboprop PC-12. The new aircraft was aimed at the developing market for large single-engine utility aircraft to serve such roles as small-package delivery and short-range business travel. The PC-12 accomplished its first flight in May 1991and demonstrated a level of performance that exceeded that of its major competitor, the Cessna Caravan, in range, cruise speed, and climb rate. The PC-12 shows evidence of its lineage in the short-field capability that was the hallmark of Pilatus’ earlier PC-6 Porter and Turbo Porter series. Unlike the high-wing, taildragger PC-6, the sophisticated PC-12 is a sleek low-wing monoplane with retractable gear. Its role as a utility plane is somewhat disguised by the jet-like appearance of its T-tail and winglets, its swift speeds, and its high-tech EFIS and avionics suite. The Pilatus PC-12 received FAA certification in July 1994, and by December 2000 more than 253 examples were flying with production continuing at a steady rate. As of 2006, there have been 610 aircraft produced. The PC-12/47 was produced beginning in 2007.

Power

The PC-12 is powered by a Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-67B turboprop engine flat-rated to 1,200shp at takeoff to ISA +36C. The four-bladed, constant-speed metal propeller is built by Hartzell and is full-feathering and reversible. Engine inspection interval is 3,500 hours.

Avionics

The PC-12 can be equipped with either a standard AlliedSignal two-tube EFIS 40, or optional AlliedSignal four- or five-tube EFIS panels with the KFC 325 3-axis autopilot. Bendix/King supplies dual KX155 navcoms, the KN62A DME, KR87 ADF, and KT71 transponder. The engine instrument system or EIS is a liquid crystal display of both analog and digital engine and system readouts. On recent aircraft the RDR 2000 radar is installed in place of the RDS82 VP radar found on earlier aircraft.

Design Features

The Pilatus PC-12 is a single-engine turboprop powered, pressurized, business/utility aircraft configured as a cantilever low-wing monoplane with a cantilever T-tail. The retractable tricycle landing gear utilizes trailing-link main gear struts, and has a single wheel on each unit. The airframe is constructed primarily of aluminum, but composite materials are used for some components. In addition to the typical airstair door just aft of the flight deck, a port-side cargo door measuring 52″ x 55″ is located aft of the wing. Operational features include automatic torque limiting, automatic fuel load balancing, and a stall-warning stick shaker/stick pusher system.

Accomodations

The PC-12’s interior can be configured for a variety of missions. The aircraft is offered in a standard seven passenger executive layout version with an aft lavatory. High-density seating would add two additional passenger seats and with the co-pilot seat on the flight deck available if desired. Also available are a freighter version, or a combination arrangement in which the forward section of the cabin houses four passenger seats and a large cargo area occupies the aft section of the cabin. A number of the aircraft have had interiors completed in an air ambulance configuration. Cabin dimensions are 4.8ft. in height, 5.0ft. in width and 16.9ft. in length.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Pilatus PC-12/47

How long of a runway does a Pilatus PC-12/47 need?

The aircraft Pilatus PC-12/47 requires a takeoff distance of 452 m m and landing distance of 560 m m. 

The Pilatus PC-12/47 belongs to a Turbo prop category

Aircraft Pilatus PC-12/47 equipped with avionics Honeywell Primus Apex

First Aircraft Pilatus PC-12/47 was produced in 2005 year

The Pilatus PC-12/47 is powered by engines manufactured by Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-67B

Aircraft fuel consumption for Pilatus PC-12/47 is 0.538 gallon

Baggage capacity in Pilatus PC-12/47 is 1.13 m3

The Pilatus PC-12/47 has typical seating for 6 pax passengers and 4 crew.

Cabin height on Pilatus PC-12/47 is 1.45 m.

The Pilatus PC-12/47 cabin is 5.16 m. long from the cockpit bulkhead to the aft lavatory (excluding baggage).

The Pilatus PC-12/47 has a service ceiling of 9150 m..

The max cruise speed of the Pilatus PC-12/47 is 500 km./h..

The Pilatus PC-12/47 has a max range of 2976 km.

Charter price for Pilatus PC-12/47 staring from от 1500 €.

The Pilatus Aircraft Pilatus PC-12/47 list price is 2,354,100.00€

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