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Akagera Aviation chooses four Tecnam aircraft

Posted 23 March 2018 · Add Comment

Tecam has said Akagera Aviation, based at Kigali International Airport in Rwanda is establishing a Flight Training Organisation with a fleet of four Tecnam aircraft.

 

In addition to its initial order for three Tecnam P92JS and one four-seater P2010 SEP, Akagera Aviation are also investing one SoftekSimflight flight simulator. The simulator, manufactured by SoftekSim, with Computer Based Training software, will allow students to achieve familiarisation on both P92 and P2010.

Paolo Pascale, Tecnam CEO: “We are delighted that Akagera Aviation have chosen to set up their Flight School with Tecnam training aircraft. This reaffirms that our wide range of aircraft offer the right mix for FTO’s worldwide providing excellent flying qualities, reliability and overall low costs” 

Patrick Nkulikiyimfura, Akagera Aviation Managing Director highlights the motivation to choose Tecnam: “Aircraft simplicity, performance, safety record, low operating cost, good avionics and fuel options i.e. AVGAS, MOGAS.”

 

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