The PC-24 has been designed to take-off and land on much shorter surfaces – both paved and unpaved – than its competitors, including grass, snow, sand, gravel and even ice.

This means it will have a strong market appeal in regions such as Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia, where it will often be the only jet aircraft capable of landing.

Like both of those aircraft, the PC-24 aircraft will be certified for single pilot operation.

It has a top speed of 489 mph (787 kmph), which is less than its competitors, but it is significantly faster than the PC-12 turboprop.

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