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Levaero Aviation announced that immediately after receiving Transport Canada type certification, it has delivered the very first Canadian-registered Pilatus PC-24 Super Versatile Jet. The new aircraft owner is an experienced operator and the PC-24 will diversify its existing aircraft fleet.
“Since the PC-24 was first revealed to the public, pulled into the Swiss rollout event by 24 horses, Pilatus has delivered more than 35 aircraft, which have amassed more than 7,000 flight hours,” said Stan Kuliavas, vice-president of Sales at Levaero Aviation. “This aircraft is extremely well-suited for operations in Canada and we look forward to many more PC-24 aircraft gracing the Canadian skies.”
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