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Canada’s Newest Pilatus PC-12 NG Makes Its Home In Western Canada

New Owner Is Oil And Gas Service Company

Pilatus Centre Canada has delivered Canada's newest Pilatus PC-12 NG to a western Canada oil and gas services company, which Stan Kuliavas, Director of Sales at Pilatus Centre Canada says "will allow them to grow their efficiency-based competitive advantage in the marketplace."

The client's Operations Director comments on growth with their Pilatus: "The PC-12 will allow us to better-serve our existing customers as well as facilitate our growth into previously unreachable markets." He adds that their purchase research was exhaustive, "we evaluated many different aircraft types but we kept coming back to the Pilatus PC-12. There was nothing that could haul as much weight, as safely and as cost-effectively as a PC-12. This aircraft is like every other piece of machinery that we operate - it helps us conduct our business more efficiently than we could without it, and it enables us to provide our customers with an unparalleled level of service. "

"The Pilatus PC-12 combines the best of both worlds. Its refined luxury and capability, combined with rugged durability and industry-leading reliability make the Pilatus PC-12 a natural choice for companies concerned with the bottom line," noted Kuliavas. "For many companies, business aircraft are a necessity. The Pilatus PC-12 provides flexible, comfortable capability without being overtly opulent or plush."

"The PC-12 continues to prove itself as a key business tool helping companies drive revenue," says Kuliavas; "those who aren't embracing the benefits of business aviation may find themselves being left behind." (File image provided by Pilatus)

FMI: www.pilatuscanada.com

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