Pilatus PC 12

The Pilatus PC-12 turboprop single is gaining ground as a cost-effective alternative to helicopter air ambulances.

Pilatus has formally identified 73 PC-12s worldwide being used for medevac missions.

The PC-12 strikes the perfect balance between comfort and convenience,
With its exceptional landing capabilities, fuel-efficient technology, and a large in-cabin luggage compartment.

The Pilatus PC-12 aircraft was built with passengers in mind – purposefully designed for comfort, with six spacious seats in an executive style configuration. At 330 cubic feet, the PC-12’s interior cabin is roomier than similarly sized jets .

Passenger Capacity: 6


The Beechcraft Super King Air family is part of a line of twin-turboprop aircraft produced by Beechcraft.

The Super King Air B200 is a continuation of the King Air line, with new features including the distinctive T-tail, more powerful engines, greater wing area and span, increased cabin pressurisation, greater fuel capacity and higher operating weights compared to the King Air 100.

Passenger Capacity: 7


Introduced in 1971, the C90 had the upgraded Pratt & Whitney PT6A-20A engines and a significantly longer wingspan than earlier models.

The King Air, then and now, offers an unparalleled combination of cabin size, low operating costs, short and rough field capabilities, load carrying might and reasonable speed. 

Passenger Capacity: 5


The Learjet 45 is one of the rare jets to seamlessly integrate new technology with a tested and successful older design. Its speed and economy are to be expected – being a Learjet – but its remaining features combine to create a high-quality private jet.

The Learjet 45’s cabin holds eight seats (usually in a double club layout) with plenty of room to swivel, recline, and track. The cabin’s length and width are 19.8 feet and 5.1 feet, respectively. 

Passenger Capacity: 8-10


The CESSNA CARAVAN aircraft is known for its rugged utility and flexibility. With its powerful turboprop engine, the Caravan aircraft delivers the rare combination of high performance, low operating costs and ability to adapt to a wide variety of missions.

The powerful, efficient, dependable 675-horsepower PT6A-114A turbine engine gives the Caravan turboprop its exceptional payload capabilities.

Operators in the world’s most demanding environments immediately adopted the rugged, dependable turboprop and have been rewarded with unparalleled dispatch reliability. On top of more than 30 years of proven capability comes even greater value with the Caravan turboprop’s limited warranties, parts availability and lower direct operating costs.

Passenger capacity 10-14,Baggage Capacity: 147kg