This PC-12 Weight & Balance and Performance Calculator (PC-12 Calculator) is a pilot assistance tool for verification of the weight and balance of the Pilatus PC-12 and the calculation of take-off, cruise and landing performance.
The PC-12 Calculator covers the PC-12/41, PC-12/45, PC-12/47 and PC-12/47E (NG and NGX) and shall only be used upon verification of the specific aircraft, which must comply with the version selected in the PC-12 Calculator.
A crosswind calculator is also included in the app.
The PC-12 Calculator is for plausibility checks regarding aircraft data only. The use of this PC-12 Calculator is solely under the responsibility of the pilot/operator.
- Minor bug fix in archives
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No pull Down abilities
Thanks for getting this app 60% there but the time and errors can get reduced once you guys get it to pull live data and airport information to auto populate most of the input information.
Would also like to see the 45 fuselage with the 67P up front as an option
Remove old version first
Since no one from Pilatus has answered. I tried to delete the current app then install the new one.
That worked fine so do not do the "update" option.
Just remove and reinstall.
Not Your Swiss Watch
At first blush, the app is presented in an attractive and functional user interface. Buttons and options are well placed, easily accessed, with computations readily presented for analysis. If this were the only criteria upon which to rate it, I might have given it 4 stars for the first-out-of-the-gate issue. However, the exhaustive and repetitive disclosures, disclaiming responsibility and reliability, aroused my curiosity about its usefulness.
In analyzing the Maximum Cruise Power settings I discovered that the app calculations diverged, lower as the temperature rises for torque, fuel flow and TAS, than presented in the POH. And no calculations are provided by the app for many of the "in-limits" flight regimes that exist in the POH.
Obviously, it would be very helpful to have another option to the POH performance charts or the Simcom power setting matrix. And granted, I only evaluated the one area. But given the seemingly routine ability to plug in the known look-up-table database contained in the POH, I am rather discouraged about the app's overall usefulness.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.