Ex­e­cuJet Wel­comes Africa’s First PC-24

Business Traveller (Africa) - - NEWS -

Ex­e­cuJet will be the first busi­ness avi­a­tion com­pany to op­er­ate and man­age a Pi­la­tus PC-24 Su­per Ver­sa­tile Jet in Africa. The air­craft will be based at Cape Town In­ter­na­tional Air­port in South Africa and Ex­e­cuJet will be re­spon­si­ble for its day-to-day man­age­ment and op­er­a­tions on be­half of the air­craft owner. The PC-24 has been dubbed the ‘Su­per Ver­sa­tile Jet' due to its flex­i­bil­ity and abil­ity to op­er­ate in and out of very short and un­paved run­ways. The air­craft re­ceived EASA and FAA type cer­ti­fi­ca­tion on 7 De­cem­ber. The PC-24 will also be avail­able for char­ter and of­fers clients the lat­est in in-flight en­ter­tain­ment and con­nec­tiv­ity. With six pas­sen­gers, de­part­ing Cape Town, the air­craft can reach An­gola, Zam­bia, Malawi, and Mozam­bique. Fly­ing from Ex­e­cuJet's FBO at Lanse­ria In­ter­na­tional Air­port in Johannesburg, pas­sen­gers can reach the DRC, Tan­za­nia, Kenya and Mauritius, ac­cord­ing to Pi­la­tus.

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