SET CLASS RATING:
With more than seven million hours flown, the PC-12 has established itself as the world’s most versatile and pioneering single-engine turboprop business jet.
Multifunctional. Reliable. Safe. Proven
These are the words customers often use to describe their PC-12, explaining why so many people around the world trust the PC-12 to transport family and friends, colleagues, or valuable goods. Comfort, quality, efficiency, and time savings add to the list of benefits for anyone traveling on the world’s most popular single-engine business aircraft.
Why should you take this rating?
There are many reasons why you should invest in a SET (Single Engine Turbine) class rating on the PC-12. The PC-12 is a state-of-the-art aircraft with an ever-increasing range of applications.
Companies and even private operators recognize the added value of the PC-12:
- The PC-12 can use runways as short as 758 meters at maximum weight and even operate on grass, gravel runways.
- This flexibility, combined with a range of up to 3,300 km, results in a much wider operational envelope than most business jets.
- The PC-12 NG offers avionics technology inspired by business jets, tailored for single-pilot operations.
- More than 1700 PC-12’s and over seven million hours flown safely represent Pratt & Whitney Canada’s highly reliable PT6 engine. The PC-12 has a safety record on the same level as that of twin-engine business jets.
- The PC-12 can be operated in “single pilot” or “multi pilot” operations.
This is your investment in a future-proof rating!
AMOUNT & DURATION
PC-12 Type Rating Training program consists of:
- Ground training phase of 45 hours of Operational Procedures and Technical Training;
- Practical training course includes – 12 hours of flight training, and 5:30 hours of VFR training and 6:30 hours of IFR training.
Operational procedures and technical training
- Hold at least a PPL(A);
- Hold valid IR/PBN;
- Medical Certificate Class 1 or Class 2;
- Have at least 200 hours total pilot experience and 70 hours PIC;
- Hold the High-Performance Aeroplane Knowledge Course; or
- Have passed the EASA ATPL(A) examinations; or
- Hold an ICAO ATPL(A) or CPL(A)/IR with theoretical knowledge credit for ATPL(A).