The PC-24 can land and take off on gravel strips and grass runways. The aircraft is intended to, in the words of Pilatus chairman Oscar Schwenk as shared by FlightGlobal, combine "the versatility of a turboprop with the cabin size of a medium-light jet, and the performance of a light jet."
According to the Pilatus brochure, the aircraft can haul 2,500 pounds (1,134 kilograms) to a range of 1,182 nautical miles (2,189 kilometers). The PC-24 can go 1,800 NM carrying only six passengers. It’s also worth noting that one pilot can fly the PC-24 in visual flight rules (VFR), and instrument flight rules (IFR) in private and commercial (FAR Part 135, EASA Part-CAT) uses.