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News: Pilatus PC-24 MTOW and Landing Weight Increased

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  1. Pilatus PC-24 MTOW and Landing Weight Increased
    An increase in maximum take off weight (MTOW) as well as the landing weight of the new Pilatus PC-24 Super Versatile jet has been approved. What does the increase look like? Previously the MTOW of this aircraft was 8,005kgs and now it has been approved by the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to 8,300 kg. However, this increase in MTOW only applies to aircraft MSN131 (31st) and beyond it appears.
  2. The maximum landing weight has also been raised from 7,370 kgs to 7,665kgs. The zero-fuel weight increases to 6,450 kgs from 6,100kgs. These incremental upgrades are good for this jet in the super light jet category as it will further broaden the aircraft's appeal to customers and operators. The Pilatus PC-24 started service at the beginning of the year and has since then delivered 12 aircraft with a target of 23 or more by the end of the year.

    For more information:

    Pilatus Aircraft Ltd
    Stans, Switzerland
    www.pilatus-aircraft.com

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