More Ver­sa­til­ity at Oriens Avi­a­tion

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Oriens Avi­a­tion has ex­tended its UK and Ire­land Au­tho­rised Pi­la­tus Cen­tre at Big­gin Hill to the PC-24 Su­per Ver­sa­tile Jet, and is send­ing en­gi­neers to Pi­la­tus’s Stans head­quar­ters for train­ing in an­tic­i­pa­tion of adding the air­craft to its Part 145 MRO ap­provals by the end of the third quar­ter of this year. “We are de­lighted to be widen­ing our part­ner­ship with Pi­la­tus with the new PC-24, and look­ing for­ward to cre­at­ing a sales cen­tre show­case,” says Oriens’ Chief Ex­ec­u­tive Of­fi­cer Ed­win Bren­ninkmeyer. “The air­craft is a real game-changer in the light jet mar­ket, blend­ing the short field per­for­mance of a tur­bo­prop, the speed of a light jet, a gen­er­ous ten-pas­sen­ger cabin akin to that of­fered by mid­sized jets, a large cargo door, and unique field per­for­mance ca­pa­ble of land­ing and tak­ing off from both paved and un­paved 893m-long run­ways.”

Su­per Ver­sa­tile PC-24 can take off from un­paved run­ways

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