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Nesterov Aviation opens orders for Super Versatile Jet Pilatus РС-24.

Dal Kikin
April 8, 2019

The company Nesterov Aviation received the official status of the dealer of the versatile Swiss business jet RS-24.

It’s the only aircraft combining the versatility of a turboprop with the cabin size of a medium-light jet, and the performance of a light jet. It’s a plane that doesn’t fit into any of the existing business jet categories. That’s why they had to create a new one: the Super Versatile Jet (SVJ) category.

Obtaining official status was only a matter of time since Nesterov Aviation for several years exclusively represents the Pilatus brand in Russia, in particular, Pilatus PC-12 NG - one of the most popular turboprops in the world.

Nesterov Aviation, the official RS-24 dealer in Russia, has just begun accepting applications for the purchase of an aircraft. Deliveries of RS-24 to Russia are possible already at the end of 2020.

"We are absolutely sure that the RS-24 has great perspectives in the Russian market. This is a truly unique aircraft that, in just a short time spent in operation, has proven itself in the eyes of customers around the world, they are delighted with the flight characteristics and the ultra-comfortable cabin. We have already organized a large number of demo flights for Russian clients, and thanks to their positive reviews, we are optimistic,” comments Alexey Mordvintsev, Director of sales at Nesterov Aviation.

The RS-24 is the only jet business in the world capable of taking off from short and unprepared lanes. At the end of 2017, it received EASA and FAA certificates.

Pilatus PC-24 consists of unique combinations that are not noticeable at first glance: Honeywell's ultra-modern avionics, designed for the PC-24, allows to control one pilot (as a result of reduced costs), Quite Power Mode on the right engine (not set to other jets) is a silent, economical power source for the operation of heating systems or cabin air conditioning without using the APU.

@Photos by Pilatus Aircraft