Western Aircraft is first sales center to sell 200 PC-12s


Pilatus PC-12 Western Aircraft

Western Aircraft a Greenwich AeroGroup company has become the first authorised Pilatus centre in the world to sell 200 new PC-12 aircraft. In a ceremony at Western’s headquarters in Boise, Idaho, Phil Winters, vice-president of aircraft sales and charter management, accepted delivery of the 200th PC-12 aircraft purchased from the manufacturer. Markus Bucher, chief executive of Pilatus also attended the ceremony.

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Winters said: “This is an exciting milestone for our team at Western Aircraft. We have all worked hard to ensure that our clients’ Pilatus ownership experience meets their ‘Pilatus Class’ expectations before, during and after the sale.”

Bucher added: “All of us at Pilatus wish to thank the sales and service teams at Western Aircraft for their significant contributions in making Pilatus the first choice in business aircraft in the northwestern United States. Our partnership of more than 20 years gets stronger each year, and we will continue to build, deliver, and service outstanding Pilatus aircraft together for many years to come.”

Western Aircraft has been an Authorised PC-12 sales and service center since 1996. In addition to the PC-12, they also sell the Pilatus Porter PC-6, and will sell the all-new PC-24 ‘Super Versatile Jet’.

Pilatus PC-24 ‘Super Versatile Jet’ deliveries are slated to begin in 2017.