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Turboprop Nation is an aviation consulting company that offers services and resources for owners, operators and pilots of most turboprop aircraft in operation today.

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Twin Engine Turbopros

The twin engine turboprop segment has long been dominated by two well-known and respected names: The Beechcraft King Air flight family and the Twin Otter series of aircraft.

A recent Forbes article reported that charter activity for turboprops had increased by 8% year-over-year.

A turboprop engine is more lightweight than a jet, giving it better performance during takeoff. It runs more efficiently while providing a higher power output per unit of weight than a jet.

Beechcraft King Air

The King Air was the first aircraft in its class and has been in continuous production since 1964. It has outsold all of its turboprop competitors combined. Learn More>>>

Twin Otter

The Twin Otter's fixed tricycle undercarriage, STOL capabilities, twin turboprop engines and high rate of climb have made it a successful commuter, passenger, and cargo airliner. Learn More>>>

Single Engine Turbopros

Cessna Caravan

The Cessan Caravan 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. Learn More>>>

Pilatus PC-12

The Pilatus PC-12 is a single-engine turboprop passenger and cargo aircraft manufactured by Pilatus Aircraft of Stans, Switzerland, since 1991. The main market for the aircraft is corporate transport and regional airliner operators. Learn More>>>

Why Are Turboprop Aircraft So Popular?

Versatile, Cost-effective and Efficient. 

 Flight Efficiency

A turboprop engine is more lightweight than a jet, giving it better performance during takeoff. It runs more efficiently while providing a higher power output per unit of weight than a jet. Expect optimum fuel efficiency when flying at low altitudes, ideally below 25,000 feet.

Take-off & Landing Versatility

Turboprops can land on runways as short as 3,200 feet compared to an average jet minimum of 5,000 feet. Turboprops can also handle the grass airfields that jets must avoid. This means that with a turboprop, you can get into some of the most hard-to-reach airports.

Lower Cost of Ownership

The overall cost of a turboprop is lower than a jet both for chartering and for owning. Fewer moving parts in a turboprop engine make it more reliable and less likely to require extensive maintenance. Since turboprops burn less fuel per hour than jets, their hourly operation cost is lower.

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