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Levaero delivers Pilatus PC-12 NGX in Toronto

November 5, 2021  By Wings Staff

More than 105 Pilatus PC-12 aircraft are now in Canada, which is served exclusively through Levaero Aviation. (Photo: Levaero Aviation)

Levaero Aviation announced the delivery of a brand-new PC-12 NGX to a Canadian customer. The aircraft will be based at Toronto Billy Bishop airport (CYTZ) and available for charter through Private Air.

“The PC-12 has been the most popular turboprop in Canada for quite some time now, and this new NGX adds to the 107-strong population of Pilatus PC-12s in the country,” said Stan Kuliavas, Vice President of Sales at Levaero Aviation.

Kuliavas explains the ability of the PC-12 to serve as a corporate shuttle, medevac platform, airliner, freight hauler, or as a multi-mission unit makes it an ideal solution for Canadian businesses looking to gain a competitive advantage.

“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,” Kuliavas added.


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


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