Pilatus PC-12 for FSX/FS2004 released by FS2X

The Pilatus PC-12 is a state-of-the-art aircraft manufactured since 1994 by Pilatus Aircraft Ltd. of Stans, Switzerland. It is a large, powerful, and efficient single engine turboprop that can cruise at 270 KTAS at altitudes up to 30,000 feet ASL with a range greater than 2000 nautical miles. It has a state-of-the-art EFIS "glass" cockpit and is certified for single pilot operation.It is also certified for flight into known icing conditions. With 330 cubic feet of cabin space the Pilatus PC-12 can carry up to 9 passengers. Large flap surfaces and a high-lift wing provide for exceptional short field performance with a low, full flap, stall speed of 64 KIAS. Pilatus PC-12 aircraft are used the world over as air ambulances, company air transports, air cargo transports, regional airlines, and as privately owned utility aircraft.

The FS2X Pilatus PC-12 features:

  • Custom paint job
  • Animated flight surfaces
  • Custom tuned flight dynamics
  • Four primary flight display screens
  • Three multi-function display screens with moving maps
  • CAWS Panel
  • KLM 90B GPS
  • Garmin GNS430 GPS
  • Garmin GNS530 GPS
  • Overhead panel
  • Collective panel
  • 80 page users manual
  • 70 page KLN 90B manual
  • Pick and choose avionics
  • MFD/PFD pop-up windows
  • Virtual cockpit
Pilatus PC-12 for FSX by FS2X

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Ian Stephens

Ian Stephens

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