Is a new version of the Pilatus PC-12 single-engine turboprop in the works? It appears so. On July 29, the Swiss Aircraft Register listed a Pilatus PC-12/47E, commonly called the PC-12 NG, as an experimental aircraft. This version appears to have a new engine, a Pratt & Whitney PT6E-67XP and an upgraded Hartzell Propeller, the HC-E5A-31A/NC10245B. Experts and analysts have been expecting Pilatus to upgrade the PC-12, a passenger and cargo aircraft, in part in response to Textron ...

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