Not a video but this is highlighting the capability of the PC-12. Courchevel altiport nestles in the heart of the French alps, right next to the ski resort. The airfield sits at 6,585 feet (2,007 meters), home to the world's steepest paved runway in the world, with a gradient of 18.60 percent. The altiport is considered demanding, requiring a skilled pilot and a capable machine. This site offers the sort of conditions under which the PC-12 can perform to its potential! The altiport – the term by which high-altitude airports are known – is run by ten employees during the main winter season. Anyone who works here has to be a good all-rounder: manager, fireman, runway clearance. The team works hand in hand to keep the 1,762-feet (537-metre) short runway free of snow at all times, ensuring the approximately 7,500 flight movements per year can proceed smoothly. 6,500 of those movements take place in the winter, with helicopters accounting for 70 percent and aircraft for 30 percent.