Do you need type rating for PC-12?
While the PC-12 does not require a type rating, and the FAA requires no practical test standards specific to the PC-12, the course is conducted in a type rating-like manner that makes it a truly invaluable and exciting experience for the pilot.
How much does it cost to charter PC-12?
Pilatus PC-12 Private Jet Charter The average hourly rental rate of the Pilatus PC-12 is around 1,950 USD per hour.
How much does a PC-24 jet cost?
Price. Pilatus says the PC-24 will cost around $8.9 million in 2017 making it slightly cheaper than the likely list price of the Embraer Phenom 300 and Cessna Citation CJ4 in four years’ time. And this is without launch customer discounts.
Can I fly a PC-12 with a PPL?
The EASA PC-12 class rating course caters for a wide range of experience, from the PPL (A) holder with instrument rating and a minimum 200 flying hours’ experience with 70 hours Pilot in Command, to the most experienced pilots.
How much fuel does a Pilatus 12 burn per hour?
Pilatus’ PC-12NG burns about 70.20 gallons of fuel per hour. At $5.00 a gallon, fuel is going to cost you $351.00 per hour. You can expect maintenance on a PC-12NG to cost around $309.55 per hour.
Does a TBM require a type rating?
One of the lures of the personal turboprop single is that it doesn’t require an FAA type rating to fly. (Turboprop twins don’t either until they top 12,500 pounds MTOW).
Is the PC-12 pressurized?
The PC-12 is the best-selling pressurized single-engine turbine-powered aircraft in the world and has been for several consecutive years, with 1,700 deliveries as of October 2019.
Does the PC-24 have a bathroom?
The PC-24 features a fully enclosed, externally serviceable private lavatory that is highly discreet and seamlessly integrated into the forward area of the cabin.
What is the range of a PC-24?
2,243 miPilatus PC-24 / Range
The Pilatus PC-24 has a maximum range (subject to headwinds, high altitude, hot temperatures, or higher capacity) of 2342 miles and a maximum speed of 503 mph.
Can I fly a turboprop with a PPL?
There’s a class of airplanes that offer performance well beyond any piston twin, but can be legally flown by any pilot with a private license, complex and high-performance endorsements, a high-altitude/pressurized endorsement and instrument rating: cabin-class turboprop singles, including the Epic LT, Pilatus PC-12.