2008 Upgrade

"PC-12 Next Generation"

The Next Generation PC-12 will feature state-of-the-art Honeywell Primus Apex avionics. Four large displays, including two PFDs and two MFDs, provide an unprecedented amount of viewing area and integrate flight information, engine monitoring, aircraft configuration, pressurization, and environmental controls. Flight and weather data, charts, aircraft system information, and trip planning functions are all within easy reach, while a new cockpit environment designed by BMW Group DesignworksUSA sets a new standard for ergonomics and aesthetics.

Higher performance comes from the Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-67P, which delivers 15 % more thermodynamic power for faster climbs and higher cruise speeds by utilizing single crystal CT blades and a new compressor configuration.

The Next Generation PC-12’s advanced systems include a digital dual-zone Environmental Control System for increased cockpit and cabin comfort, a fully automatic digital Cabin Pressurization Control System which requires no input from the pilot, and a fully redundant Power Generation and Distribution System. Certification of the PC-12 NG was in 2008


2010 Upgrade



2010 PC-12 NG Cockpit to feature Cursor Control Device
Pilatus Aircraft Ltd is pleased to announce that the 2010 PC-12 NG cockpit will feature an innovative new Cursor Control Device (CCD) as standard equipment. Mounted on the pedestal between the crew seats, the new CCD system features an ergonomic palm rest with a conveniently positioned trackball, scroll wheel, and buttons for making selections on the PC-12 NG’s two large multifunction displays. The CCD provides a further option for cursor control in addition to the current joystick mounted on the multifunction display controller in the lower center of the instrument panel. With its Primus Apex avionics system, the PC-12 NG is uniquely suited to integrate a CCD and will set a new standard in its class of aircraft with ease of use and integration typically only found on intercontinental business jets. The comparison is apt because the Primus Apex software was derived from the Primus Epic system and it shares its INAV (interactive navigation) interface. INAV’s powerful software enables

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