The Pilatus PC-24 is a twin-engine business jet under development by Pilatus Aircraft of Switzerland. On 21 May 2013, the aircraft was first revealed to the public; and on 11 May 2015 the maiden flight for the type was performed. The PC-24 is anticipated to enter service in mid-2017.
- Executive and cargo cabin
- Fully functional panel, overhead. Almost complete central with full lighting etc.
- Mostly 4k HD texture mapping
- 3D cockpit with animated Co-, Pilot, pop-Up instruments, control stick etc.
- Scroll wheel suppor
- 3 liveries and a paintkit
- Plugin ( un-, loads together with the plane ) for Moving Map with terrain, 3D Sound, Rain-, Ice-, Snowsimulation, settings, animations, disables 2D mode view etc.
- Some documentation, a PILOT IN COMMAND flight tutorial is included as well.
The PC-24 has the following performance under international standard atmospheric (ISA)
conditions: MTOW Take-off distance over 50 ft obstacle 4,430 ft (1350 m)
Landing distance over 50 ft obstacle 2,525 ft (770 m)
Rate of climb (MTOW) 4,075 ft/min
Max. cruise speed 425 KTAS (790 km/h)
Max. range with 4 passenger, High Speed Cruise, NBAA IFR reserves 1,950 NM (3,610 km)
Max. operating altitude 45,000 ft (13,716 m)
Stall speed (MTOW) 81 KIAS