Both Colombian drug lords and the wealthy 1% looking to flex at their Country Club are impressed by this $10.7 million Pilatus PC-24 jet landing on a tiny grass airstrip in Tasmania.

The Vale Airstrip is a 4200 ft (1300m) grass airstrip located in a river valley. There is higher terrain on all sides including both approaches. And it’s the perfect place to prove where the world’s first and only Super Versatile Jet can land: The PC-24 has been engineered to be “off-road” compatible from the beginning. Its outstanding short-field performance – even on unpaved runways – opens up an incredible level of mobility.

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