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Levaero delivers Pilatus PC-12 NGX in Southern Ontario

January 7, 2022  By Wings Staff

The Pilatus PC-12 NGX is powered by the new PT6E-67XP turboprop engine from Pratt & Whitney featuring an Electronic Propeller and Engine Control System including Full Authority Digital Engine Control (FADEC) – a worldwide first in the business aviation sector. (Image: Levaero Aviation)

Levaero Aviation on January 5 announced the delivery of a new Pilatus PC-12 NGX to a Canadian customer based in Southern Ontario.

“Demand for the PC-12 remains very strong, as customers continue choosing the most versatile and reliable turboprop aircraft for their missions. The PC-12 serves as the ideal platform for a diverse group of operators who demand reliability, performance, and operating efficiencies,” said Stan Kuliavas, Vice President of Sales at Levaero Aviation. “The PC-12 NGX is not only the most technologically advanced turboprop on the market, but its new design features and safety enhancements can generally only be found on larger, more expensive, business jets.”

The Pilatus PC-12 NGX is rated for a maximum cruise of 290 knots and features a flat-floor interior, large cargo door, in-flight accessible baggage area, a private flushing lavatory, and the recently introduced Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6E-67XP fully FADEC engine and auto throttles.



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