The Nidwalden aircraft manufacturer Pilatus can sell six pieces of its business jet PC-24 to Sweden. The aircraft will be delivered with complete ambulance equipment in 2021.
The six jets are bought by the Swedish National Air Transport Service. The "Kommunalförbundet Svenskt Ambulansflyg" opted for an "extremely intensive" selection process for Pilatus, the Central Swiss said on Wednesday. This is the first time a European ambulance organization has decided to buy the PC-24.
The first order for the PC-24 as an ambulance arrived earlier from the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia. "In general, we see an enormous market potential for our PC-24 in the ambulance sector worldwide," Pilatus President Oscar Schwenk was quoted in the communication.
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