NASA has selected the Tecnam P2006T twin as the airframe on which it will evaluate the potential of LEAPtech (Leading Edge Asynchronous Technology), with the aim of developing safer, more energy efficient, lower operating cost and greener general aviation aircraft.
Tecnam recently delivered a new Tecnam 2006T Twin form its Sebring, Florida, showroom and delivery center to the University of Alaska’s Aviation Technology Division, a journey of more than 4,000 miles.
Tecnam reports that the first Tecnam P2006T MRI (Multi-Sensor Reconnaissance and Identification) aircraft is now operating in South Africa.
SEBRING, Fla. — Tecnam took possession of a new 21,000-square-foot facility at Sebring Regional Airport on April 28 and delivered its first aircraft from this U.S. facility.
“Even though we just moved in, we have accomplished our first delivery, a P2008 Turbo to a customer that purchased at U.S. Sport Aviation Expo in January. [Read more…]
Whew! It’s over. Sun ’n Fun can be the busiest six days of one’s life — until the next one. I wanted to skim the very top of what I found interesting at the recently concluded show. Today I’ll cover airframe manufacturers and follow up this week with more.
Tecnam North America has launched the “Tecnam One Per State Demo Program” that can save eligible customers 20% off the base price of one of the world’s leading Light-Sport Aircraft.
Tecnam’s new P92 Tail Dragger achieved a successful first flight Dec. 22.
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has issued Major Change Approval 10037759 confirming the increase in the Tecnam P2006 Twin’s Maximum Take Off Weight (MTOW) to 1230 kg (2,706 pounds).
Tecnam has introduced the Tecnam P92 Sea-Sky Hydroplane. [Read more…]