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Tecnam announces P2012 success

Posted 1 April 2016 · Add Comment

Tecnam has announced the successful roll-out of the first Tecnam P2012 Traveller from its experiments assembly line.

The flight crew powered up the P2012 for a successful taxi.
 
“The P2012 Traveller is yet another superlative aircraft designed by Professor Luigi Pascale, with the aim of meeting growing demands of regional short-haul transportation operators in particular. It was a tremendous joy for us, both as airmen and manufacturer to be able to share this unique milestone today’s with the Cape Air leadership team,” said Paolo Pascale, Tecnam managing director.
 
The P2012 is an eleven seat next generation piston engine twin, designed to comply with both FAR part 23 and EASA CS-23.
 

    

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