EBACE 2013

Monday 3rd June 2013

This year's EBACE, Europe's biggest business aviation gathering, certainly didn't disappoint with some exciting new aircraft and products showcasing in the static aircraft park and in the halls.

Home manufacturer Pilatus was the star of the 13th annual EBACE as it took the wraps off its first ever jet - the PC-24.

Pitched by Chairman Oscar Schwenk as a newly dubbed 'super versatile jet,' featuring a generous cabin and land anywhere capability, it was the price tag - US$9m - that had observers applauding.  A full prototype of the aircraft, which will be powered by Williams engines with Honeywell Apex avionics, is to be readied for next year's show with service entry planned for 2017.

Read the full report:

 BTN On Tour Report.

Latest News

FAI logo

Tuesday 18th February 2020

FAI announces multi-year partnership with McLaren Racing

FAI Aviation Group, one of the world’s leading global providers of...

Click to read more

On the Tarmac

Monserrt Speaking at ERA 2018

Tuesday 16th October 2018

ON TOUR: ERA at Edinburgh

After the sunshine of the Eastern Med in 2017, the European Regions Airline Association (ERA) gathered in the Athens of the North - Edinburgh - for its 2018 annual general assembly. Alison Chambers reports.

A warm welcome and complimentary whisky awaited the 400...

Click to read more

By continuing to use this site you agree to the use of cookies. For more information and to find out how to change this click here