After unveiling its new PC-24 twin-engine business jet at the European Aviation Business Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) this week, Pilatus announced the selection of Crane Aerospace & Electronics to provide the brake control system on the new jet.
(PC-24 jet. Photo, courtesy of Crane Aerospace.)
The Lynwood, Wash.-based aerospace components provider has worked with Pilatus in the past, supplying the brake control system and other components on the PC-21 military turboprop.
PC-24 is Pilatus's first business jet, expected to undergo its first flight in 2014, with entry into service scheduled for 2017.
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