Single Engine Turbine (SET) PC-12NG & TBM900

PC-12 for PART-NCO & Dry Lease

Ravenair is managing a PC-12/47E aircraft under a Management Agreement. The aircraft will be operated PART-NCO and will be available for Dry Lease.

The Pilatus PC-12 is a 9 passenger-seat pressured aircraft with a single turbine engine. Its performance is similar to light jet aircraft but it has a lower operating cost and a lower environmental foot print. It is one of the most popular turbine-powered business aircraft on the market today and over 1400 aircraft have been produced. In operation around the world, the PC-12 can be found operating in a number of roles including executive transport, cargo operations, air ambulance/Medevac, airline-commuter and special mission applications.

Whether it is the large cabin, single pilot operations, long range, low operating costs, high speed, short-field capability, or precision Swiss engineering and construction, customers find the perfect balance of features to serve their needs.

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TBM900 AOC (CAT) – Passenger and Light Cargo – Charter

Ravenair operates TBM900 G-WMRN MSN 1159 YOM 2016 under a Management and Operations Agreement. We are progressing an AOC variation with the CAA for Single Engine Turbine (SET-IMC) approval on our PART CAT AOC.

The TBM900 by Daher SOCATA is a single engine turboprop utilising the worlds most reliable turbine aircraft engine. It is the fastest single engine turboprop aircraft in its category. It cruises at a maximum speed of 330 knots and its performance is similar to light jet aircraft but it has a lower operating cost and a lower environmental foot print.

The aircraft is equipped with the latest aviation technology including a full glass cockpit provided by Garmin. It has an air conditioned cabin which can accommodate up to 5 passengers and baggage offering additional comfort compared to Economy Class airline travel. The aircraft has a quiet cabin environment allowing passengers to work and relax whilst offering privacy and security.

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Both aircraft types can access many smaller airfields and airports which are not served by larger aircraft.