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Pilatus PC-12

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The Pilatus PC-12 is a passenger and cargo aircraft developed by Pilatus of Switzerland.  The prototype first flew on 31 May 1991.

The PC-12 is produced as a nine-seat airliner, a four-seat passenger/freighter combination and as a six-seat corporate aircraft.

The PC-12 is mostly used as corporate transports but is also used as a regional airline and is also employed by police, medevac and military special operations.





Type: Corporate/Airliner
Seats: 9 for airline, 6-8 for corporate 
Engines: one 1,200 shp (895 kW) Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-67B turboprop
PC-12: base model
PC-12M: multi-purpose version capable of performing missions requiring additional electric power (also called "Spectre")
U-28: US military version for special operations
PC-12NG: "next generation" with more powerful engines and glass cockpit

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