Pilatus PC-24
U-Haul's Pilatus PC-24 twinjet has a paint scheme that features the company's distinctive orange livery. (Photo: Pilatus Aircraft)

Pilatus PC-24 Will Help Keep U-Haul On The Move

Moving truck and trailer rental company U-Haul International took delivery of the first of two Pilatus PC-24s yesterday at Pilatus Business Aircraft Ltd.’s facility in Broomfield, Colorado. The Pilatus jet’s paint scheme features the distinctive U-Haul orange livery and joins the Phoenix-based flight department's fleet, which includes two PC-12 turboprop singles.

“We are delighted to start flying this great new aircraft," said Joe Shoen, chairman of U-Haul International parent company Amerco. "When Pilatus announced the jet, we were confident that it would be a real workhorse that, alongside our two PC-12s, would help us manage our growing operations throughout North America.” 

This delivery marks the 27th PC-24 in operation; and the global fleet has now accumulated more than 4,000 flight hours. According to Pilatus, the fleet leader has logged more than 1,100 flight hours.

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