Tecnam Plane Types and Model Guide [2021]

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Tecnam

Luigi and Giovanni Pascale, founders of the Italian aircraft manufacturer Tecnam, created the company with the assistance of their passion for flying. They began their quest by constructing paragliders and powering their planes using scrap components.

Their aircraft evolved in the 1950s, thanks to the success of their P48 Astore in 1951, which sparked interest in subsequent types. Their team created a low-wing P52 Tigrotto and a one-seat P53 Aeroscooter, and the P55 Tornado’s success gave them the confidence to go even farther.

They kept inventing and constructing new versions and competing in air races for years. They produced their first twin-engine in the 1970s, which became the most popular European twin-engine in the United States. In 1986, the general aviation pair established the Tecnam after the Italian government acquired Pertenavia.

Tecnam now manufactures parts for other aircraft businesses in Capua, Italy, in addition to creating their models. They currently provide a wide range of single-engine light aircraft for general aviation, twin-engine light aircraft for small airlines, and even special-purpose aircraft for militaries, states, and SAR.

Single Engine

Tecnam P92 Echo MkII

Tecnam P92 Echo MkII

Since its introduction in 1994, the Tecnam P92 has been a popular ultralight aircraft. It has had various variations over the years, and Tecnam now provides the P92 Echo MkII.

Today, the P92 is a single-engine, high-wing, two-seater with advanced technology, glass avionics, and a composite fuselage that retains the same flying qualities as previous models, earning a well-deserved reputation for being safe and simple to fly.

For an aircraft of this type, the interior is pleasant and spacious; leather and premium finishes provide luxury to the cabin, and newly designed seats and seat rails are simple to use. Optional chairs are also available from Tecnam, which provide superior interior comfort. The plane also has a luggage compartment with interior access and amenities such as armrests and USB chargers.

The new P92, on the other hand, is a modern aircraft thanks to its avionics. Tecnam provides a spacious cockpit with revised panels and glass-panel avionics visible even in direct sunlight.

While the aircraft’s base design includes cost-effective analog instrumentation, the aircraft may be outfitted with a variety of upgrades if desired. Garmin G3X touch suite with 10.6-inch displays, GPS, ELT, and other features is one of these alternatives. Two-axis autopilot, which is completely incorporated in the G3X, and ADS-B IN/OUT are two further customized choices.

When we return to the powerplant, we see again that the Italian company enjoys allowing their consumers to pick what they want.

The engine choice includes two types: Rotax 912ULS2 100 hp and Rotax 912 iS Sport Injection, while the propeller comes in variants: two blades or three blades, fixed or adjustable pitch, or variable pitch. It can run on both Mogas and Avgas as fuel.

P92 is available in US/LSA, ULM, and ULM 600 kg (for Germany) classes. P92 offers the convenience of ultra-light or extremely light aircraft, depending on your preference. If desired, a BRS ballistic parachute can be attached to increase its safety. The plane’s estimated price ranges from $160,000 to $200,000.

Table 1:Tecnam P92 Echo MkII Specs

Tecnam P92 Echo MkII Specs
Length 21 ft (6.4 m) Rate of Climb 1220 ft/min (6.2 m/sec)
Height 8.2 ft (2.5 m) Landing Run 450 ft (137 m)
Wingspan 28.5 ft (8.7 m) Landing Distance 910 ft (277 m)
Dihedral 1.5 degrees Range 430 nm (796 km)
Main Door Width  33 in (841 mm) MTOW 1,320 lb (600 kg)
Main Door Height  34 in (861 mm) Empty Weight, Standard 710 lb (322 kg)
Cabin Width 46.06 in (1.17 m) Useful Load 610 lb (278 kg)
Cabin Length 60.63 in (1.54 m) Baggage Allowance  44 lb (20 kg)
Cabin Height  44.88 in (1.14 m) Fuel Tank Capacity 26 US Gal. (100 lt)
Max Seating Capacity 2 Engine Manufacturer ROTAX 912 ULS
Max. Cruise Speed 115 kts (213 km/h) Engine Power 100 hp
Stall Speed (Flaps Down Power Off) 35 kts (64 km/h) Propeller Senseich, 2 Blade Fix
Max Operating Altitude 14,000 ft (4,267 m) Fuel Consumption 4.5 USG/h (17 lt/h)
Takeoff Run 459 ft (140 m) Fuel Type Mogas and Avgas
Takeoff Distance  886 ft (270 m)    

Tecnam P2002

Tecnam P2002

The Tecnam P2002 was created in 2002, as the model name suggests, and Tecnam presently makes two versions of it. According to Tecnam, it features a streamlined design with a low wing and bubble canopy, giving its clients a sporty and elegant way to the sky.

It almost approaches (117 kts) the maximum speed allowed by the light-sport category, which is 120 knots. The new Tecnam P2002 Sierra MkII is an improved version of the P2002 Sierra that meets customer demand for a more luxury aircraft.

The Sierra MkII includes a Garmin G3X avionics system with two screens that can display information as a complete EFIS panel or as an analog mimic panel; transitioning from one avionic configuration to another requires only a few screen taps.

With the glass canopy that gives exceptional vision surrounding the pilot, Tecnam offers leather and luxury finishes in the cabin, making the aircraft a “room with a view.” The seats and harnesses are designed to make the cabin easily accessible, and the owners will like the large luggage with internal access. It also comes with a BRS ballistic parachute.

There are two engine options: the Rotax 912ULS2 100 horsepower or the Rotax 912 iS Sport Injection. Different propellers, both fixed and variable pitch, can also be selected.

The starting price for a Sierra with Garmin G3X Touch avionics and two 10.6-inch displays varies from $150,000 to $160,000. The Tecnam P2002 Sierra is the company’s best-selling aircraft. It comes in three weight classes: US/LSA, ULM, and ULM 600 KG.

Another model is the P2002JF, which was approved later with a variable pitch propeller that gives a 5 to 7-knot improvement in cruising speed and an extra 150 to 200 fpm in climb performance. Because of the increased weight, the P2002JF variant is unlikely to be introduced in the United States, although it can be operated in Europe under the EASA CS-VLA category.

Table 2: Tecnam P2002 Specs

Tecnam P2002 Specs
P2002 JF and P2002 Sierra MKII
Length  21.7 ft (6.63 m) Cabin Height  3 ft (0.91 m)
Height  7.9 ft (2.4 m) Cabin Width 3.6 ft (1.1 m)
Wingspan 28.2 ft (8.6 m) Max Seating Capacity
Area  123.8 ft square (11.5 m square) Baggage Allowance 44 lb (20 kg)
P2002 JF P2002 Sierra MKII
Max Cruise Speed 119 kts (220 km/h) Max Cruise Speed 117 kts (217 km/h)
Stall Speed (Flaps Down Power Off) 41 kts (76 km/h) Stall Speed (Flaps Down Power Off) 39 kts (72 km/h)
Max Operating Altitude 14,000 ft (4267 m) Max Operating Altitude 14,000 ft (4267 m)
Takeoff Run 630 ft (192 m) Takeoff Run 620 ft (189 m)
Takeoff Distance 1083 ft (330 m) Takeoff Distance 1180 ft (360 m)
Rate of Climb 950 ft/min (4.83 m/sec) Rate of Climb 923 ft/min (4.6 m/sec)
Landing Run 446 ft (136 m) Landing Run 490 ft (149 m)
Landing Distance 1056 ft (322 m) Landing Distance 1056 ft (322 m)
Range 535 nm (991 km) Range 620 nm (1148 km)
MTOW 1,367 lb (620 kg) MTOW 1,320 lb (600 kg)
Empty Weight, Standard 838 lb (380 kg) Empty Weight, Standard 809 lb (367 kg)
Useful Load 529 lb (240 kg) Useful Load 514 lb (233 kg)
Fuel Tank Capacity 26 US Gal (100 lt) Fuel Tank Capacity 26 US Gal (100 lt)
Engine Manufacturer ROTAX 912 S2 Engine Manufacturer ROTAX 912 ULS2/912 iS
Engine Power 100 hp Engine Power 100 hp
Propeller Two Blade Fixed/Variable Pitch Propeller Two-Bladed Constant Speed Fışş Feathering MT-Propeller
Fuel Consumption 4.5 USG/h (17 lt/h) Fuel Consumption 4.5 USG/h (17 lt/h)
Fuel Type Mogas and Avgas Fuel Type Mogas and Avgas

Tecnam P2008

Tecnam P2008

The Tecnam P2008 was introduced in 2008 as a strut-braced high-wing monoplane intended for the US market.

From the spacious baseline configuration with analog instruments to a broad variety of upgrades that include the Garmin G3X touch suite with two 10.6-inch displays, transponder with GPS, ELT, and many more, this tiny yet roomy aircraft provides the greatest avionics technology.

P2008 is a fantastic choice for pilot training because of its ease of operation, good visibility, cheap maintenance expenses, and high safety features. With its composite body, the P2008 was also the first Tecnam aircraft to utilize composite technology.

All of Tecnam’s design decisions result in a great combination of flight control feel, pleasant cross-country travel, and the ability to spread out in the aircraft.

Rotax 912ULS2 100 horsepower, 4 Cylinder, Rotax 912 iS Sport Injection, or Rotax 914 Turbo power the aircraft. Fixed, adjustable, and variable pitch propellers are available to customers. The aircraft also carries a BRS parachute.

P2008 is offered in the US/LSA and ULM classes, while Tecnam also provides P2008 JC in the CS-VLA category. The Rotax 912S2 100 horsepower, 4-cylinder liquid/air-cooled engine of the P2008 JC includes an integrated reduction gear. In CS/VLA, the P2008 JC MkII is a cost-effective option for night VFR.

Table 3: Tecnam P2008 Specs

Tecnam P2008 Specs
Length 22.87 ft (6.97 m) Max Seating Capacity 2
Height 8.76 ft (2.67 m) MTOW 1320 lb (600 kg)
Wingspan 29.5 ft (9 m) Empty Weight, Standard 827 lb (375 kg)
Cabin Volume 131 ft square (12.2 m square) Useful Load 496 lb (225 kg)
Main Door Width 37 in (940 mm) Fuel Tank Capacity 32 US Gal (123 lt)
Main Door Height 35.5 in (900 mm) Baggage Allowance 44 lb (20 kg)
P2008JC P2008
Max Cruise Speed 116 kts (215 km/h) Max Cruise Speed 128 kts (237 km/h)
Stall Speed (Flaps Down Power Off) 44 kts (81 km/h) Stall Speed (Flaps Down Power Off) 39 kts (72 km/h)
Practical Ceiling 14,000 ft (4,267 m) Practical Ceiling 14,000 ft (4,267 m)
Takeoff Run 699 ft (213 m) Takeoff Run 600 ft (183 m)
Takeoff Distance 1,217 ft (371 m) Takeoff Distance 1,190 ft (363 m)
Rate of Climb 755 ft/min (3.84 m/sec) Rate of Climb 800 ft/min (4.06 m/sec)
Landing Run 568 ft (173 m) Landing Run 568 ft (173 m)
Landing Distance 1,253 ft (382 m) Landing Distance 1,253 ft (382 m)
Range 575 nm (1,065 km) Range 514 nm (1,065 km)
Engine Manufacturer ROTAX 912 S2 Engine Manufacturer ROTAX 912ULS
Engine Power 100 hp Engine Power 100 hp
Propeller 2 Blade Fixed Pitch Propeller 2 Blade Fixed Pitch
Fuel Consumption 4.5 USG/h (17 lt/h) Fuel Consumption 4.5 USG/h (17 lt/h)
Fuel Type Mogas and Avgas Fuel Type Mogas and Avgas

Tecnam Astore

Tecnam Astore

Astore is a low-wing, two-seat, bubble canopy, and all-metal airframe aircraft at a price point that makes it ideal for light sports ownership. Luigi Pascale, an Italian aircraft designer, gave the aircraft the name Astore.

Even though they are both low-wing aircrafts in the Tecnam P2002 Sierra and Astore portfolios, they have fewer commonalities than one might anticipate, such as their price range and wings.

The Astore features a larger and broader fuselage to give greater headroom, and while it is made of metal, the top is made of composite materials to provide a more aerodynamic form.

Astore is a true sport aircraft in terms of appearance, handling, and performance. External luggage is accessible from the interior in Astore, as it is in the company’s other single-engine aircraft. For the aircraft, a Garmin G3X avionics outfit is available.

Astore features a spacious cabin with two USB outlets and an iPad mini included in the purchasing price. Rotax 912 ULS2 100 hp, Rotax 912 iS Sport Injection, or Rotax 914 Turbo engines are available. The Tecnam Astore is available in two classes: US/LSA and ULM.

Table 4: Tecnam Astore Specs

Tecnam Astore Specs
Length 23 ft (7 m) Rate of Climb 1,130 ft/min (5.74 m/sec)
Height 7.54 ft (2.3 m) Landing Run 495 ft (151 m)
Wingspan 28.4 ft (8.65 m) Landing Distance 1,070 ft (326 m)
Area 131 ft square (12.2 m square) Range 630 nm (1,167 km)
Cabin Width 45.3 in (1.15 m) Design Weight 1323 lb (600 kg)
Cabin Height  3.24 ft (0.98 m) Useful Load 485 lb (220 kg)
Max Seating Capacity 2 Baggage Allowance  44 lb (20 kg)
Max. Cruise Speed 130 kts (241 km/h) @ 10,000 ft Turbo Fuel Tank Capacity 29 US Gal (110 lt)
Stall Speed (Flaps Down Power Off) 38 kts (70 km/h) Engine Manufacturer Rotax 912ULS2
Max Operating Altitude 16,000 ft Engine Power 100 hp
Takeoff Run 550 ft (168 m) Propeller Sensenich 2 Blades Fix Pitch
Takeoff Distance  1,150 ft (351 m) Fuel Consumption 4.5 USG/h (17 lt/h)
Fuel Type Mogas and Avgas    

Tecnam P2010

Tecnam P2010

Without the constraints seen in the company’s previous single-engine aircraft. P2010 has the ability to fly faster, further, and with more cargo. The P2010 is a cost-effective alternative to Cessna 4 seat high-wing planes. Tecnam is attempting to take a chunk out of the market that Cessna currently controls.

The P2010 is one of the most technologically sophisticated single-engine four-seaters available. With the IFR package, it boasts good stability, performance, and comfort.

The P2010’s fuselage is made of composite material, with metal wings, landing gear, and a stabilator. This mixed material technology is being used by Tecnam to improve the modernity and efficiency of their aircraft.

The P2010 cabin provides plenty of space while keeping maintenance expenses low. 4 seats, 3 passenger doors, and 1 luggage door improve cabin accessibility, while ergonomic front and rear seats provide a pleasant trip for passengers. Electrically adjustable front seats, dimmable LED lighting, and USB chargers are all included in the aircraft’s cabin.

With its simplicity of flying and safety equipment, the P2010 is a suitable choice for families or professionals in the 4-seater market. The aircraft is equipped with a Garmin GFC-700 autopilot that allows for accurate and easy control.

The Garmin ESP package gives force feedback when pitch and bank restrictions are exceeded, allowing the aircraft to regain its attitude and avoid stalling. The Garmin 800 TAS system actively tracks up to 45 objects to a distance of 22nm, improving air traffic safety.

The P2010 features a big instrument panel with advanced avionic possibilities thanks to its spacious composite cabin. The G100 Nxi IFR Flat-Panel Suite has a twin-screen G100 Nxi IFR with integrated GFC700 autopilot.

The aircraft is available in three variants from Tecnam: P2010 170 hp Diesel, P2010 180 hp and P2010 215 horsepower. Among these Diesel models, it is the one attracting a lot of attention, demonstrating the importance Tecnam places on customer happiness.

The P2010 TDI is the Tecnam aircraft with the greatest range and the lowest fuel consumption. It is equipped with a FADEC system with no mechanical backup. Because of reduced usage and kerosene pricing, the diesel variant has lower running expenses.

It can run on jet fuel, just as civil and military jets, as well as Avgas. The diesel variant has a CS23 certificate and will soon have a FAR23 certificate. Other engine options have both CS23 and FAR23. 

Table 5: Tecnam P2010 – Source: Tecnam Website

Tecnam P2010 Specs
Length 21 ft (6.4 m) Door Height  34 in (861 mm)
Height 8.2 ft (2.5 m) Cabin Width 46.06 in (1.17 m)
Wingspan 28.5 ft (8.7 m) Cabin Length 60.63 in (1.54 m)
Area 1.5 degrees Max Seating Capacity 2
Door Width  33 in (841 mm)    
Variants: P2010 170 HP Diesel P2010 180 HP P2010 215 HP
Max. Cruise Speed 140 kts (259 km/h) 137 kts (253 km/h) 140 kts (259 km/h)
Stall Speed (Flaps Down Power Off) 53 kts (98 km/h) 52 kts (96 km/h) 52 kts (96 km/h)
Max Operating Altitude 18,000 ft (5,486 m) 12,000 ft (3,658 m) 14,000 ft (4,267 m)
Takeoff Run 1,394 ft (425 m) 1,102 ft (336 m) 1,060 ft (323 m)
Takeoff Distance  2,211 ft (674 m) 1,952 ft (595 m) 1,549 ft (472 m)
Rate of Climb 740 ft/min (3.8 m/sec) 841 ft/min (4.3 m/sec) 1,105 ft/min (5.6 m/sec)
Landing Run 886 ft (270 m) 778 ft (237 m) 778 ft (237 m)
Landing Distance 1,791 ft (546 m) 1,709 ft (521 m) 1,709 ft (521 m)
Range 961 nm (1,780 km) 530 nm (982 km) 530 nm (982 km)
MTOW 2,646 lb (1,200 kg) 2,557 lb (1,160 kg) 2,557 lb (1,160 kg)
Empty Weight, Standard 1,808 lb (820 kg) 1,665 lb (755 kg) 1,698 lb (770 kg)
Useful Load 838 lb (380 kg) 893 lb (405 kg) 860 lb (390 kg)
Baggage Allowance  88 lb (40 kg) 88 lb (40 kg) 88 lb (40 kg)
Engine Manufacturer Continental Aero Cd-170 Lycoming IO-360 Lycoming IO-360-C3B6
Engine Power 170 HP 180 HP 215 HP
Propeller Constant Speed 3 Blade MT-Propeller 2/3 Bladed Fixed/Variable Pitch Propeller 3 Bladed VP Propeller
Fuel Consumption 5.2 USG/h (19.5 lt/h) 10 USG/h (38 lt/h) (@65% MCP-2350 RPM) 11 USG/h (42 lt/h) (@65% MCP-2350 RPM)
Fuel Type Jet A-1, Jet A, Diesel Avgas Grade 91/96 or 100 LL Avgas 
Fuel Tank Capacity 63 US Gal (240 lt) 63 US Gal (240 lt) 63 US Gal (240 lt)

Twin-Engine

Tecnam P2006T

Tecnam P2006T

Many people compare the Tecnam P2006T to the old Partenavia, and this is because Partenavia designers were involved in the creation of this light-twin aircraft. With its spacious interior, the P2006T is an excellent choice for both training companies and individual owners. Its appealing design appeals to twin-engine enthusiasts.

Twin-engine aircraft are always promoted for their safety; it is mostly about feeling comfortable during flying in the event of one engine failure. According to Tecnam, the P2006T provides this sense of security while using less fuel than comparable single-engine competitors. The TAS 800 Garmin, which is also used in the P2010, improves the safety of the P2006T.

The stability advantage of high-wing configuration is why most training or cargo aircraft have this configuration, much as P2006T has this stability advantage. It has high surround visibility in the cabin and provides simple access for passengers and their possessions.

The use of aluminum technology in airplane airframes helps Tecnam to reduce weight and make the aircraft even more fuel-efficient. Regarding the high wing layout, the P2006T has a multi-engine, constant speed propeller, and retractable gear, making it suitable for training of those, making it an excellent alternative for flying schools.

The aircraft is equipped with a twin-screen G1000 Nxi IFR, Flat-Panel Suite, and integrated STEC-55 autopilot. This aircraft also employs performance-based navigation. The aircraft is powered by two Rotax 912S3 liquid-cooled 100 hp four-cylinder four-stroke engines having a TBO of 2000 hours.

The aircraft is certified in accordance with CS23 and FAR23.

Table 6: Tecnam P2006T Specs 

Tecnam P2006T Specs
Length 28.5 ft (8.7 m) Rate of Climb 1,036 ft/min (5.3 m/sec)
Height 8.46 ft ft (2.58 m) Landing Run 758 ft (231 m)
Wingspan 37.4 ft (11.4 m) Landing Distance 1,145 ft (349 m)
Area 159 ft square (14.8 m square) Range 650 nm (1,204 km)
Main Door Width 25 in (634 mm) MTOW 2712 lb (1230 kg)
Main Door Height 38 in (970 mm) Useful Load 906 lb (411 kg)
Max Seating Capacity 4 Baggage Allowance  176 lb (80 kg)
Max. Cruise Speed 145 kts (269 km/h) Fuel Tank Capacity 52.8 US Gal (200 lt)
Stall Speed (Flaps Down Power Off) 55 kts (102 km/h) Engine Manufacturer Two Rotax 912 S3
Max Operating Altitude 14,000 ft (4,267 m) Engine Power 200 hp
Takeoff Run 988 ft (301 m) Propeller Two Bladed Constant Speed Full Feathering MT-Propeller
Takeoff Distance  1,293 ft (394 m) Fuel Consumption 9 USG/h (34 lt/h)
Fuel Type Mogas and Avgas    

Tecnam P2012

Tecnam P2012

P2012 was designed by Tecnam as an 11 (9+2) passenger, high wing, twin-piston commuter for small airlines. Cape Air, a Massachusetts-based island-hopping airline, has committed to a 100-plane purchase.

The P2012 is a highly customizable aircraft, with five variants now available from Tecnam: P2012 Airline, P2012 Combi, P2012 Medevac, P2012 Cargo, and P2012 for Special Missions. The plane can be reconfigured from a 9-person passenger plane to a special-purpose plane and back. 

Luigi Pascale, an Italian aircraft designer, has again shown his unique approach to aircraft design while focusing on customer pleasure. Tecnam’s cockpit for the P2012 is dubbed “Space.” The Space cockpit was designed to minimize the stress of the pilot and improve single-pilot performance during missions.

Fuel injection and a multitude of engine protection systems help preserve gasoline while also protecting the engine’s internal components. The Glass Avionic-Garmin G1000NXi P2012 system is a cutting-edge Garmin system.

It enhances mission success and safety while simultaneously reducing workload. Additionally, there’s a highly precise and responsive Garmin GFC-700 Autopilot in the cockpit.

Using Bluetooth, flight stream, and Iridium, the P2012’s active and linked flight deck allows for real-time communication between the aircraft’s pilot, the aircraft, and the operational environment.

The use of an overhead panel with an intuitive fuel management system and quick access to the starter and ignition switches simplifies flight operations for pilots. An ice protection system can be added to the aircraft so that it can operate in all kinds of weather.

Cabin features include a dedicated window, USB port, and armrests with cup holders on the P2012. The aircraft also includes a wide rear door for passenger boarding and access to the luggage department, making the entire flight experience more enjoyable and hassle-free.

For small regional airlines, state missions, and special flights, the P2012 is a great option for turboprop aircraft. The aircraft is powered by two Lycoming TEO-540 piston engines, which makes it a one-of-a-kind specimen.  

Table 7: Tecnam P2012 Specs

Tecnam P2012 Specs
Length 38.6 ft (11.8 m) Rate of Climb 1,150 ft/min (5.8 m/sec)
Height 14.4 ft ft (4.4 m) Landing Run 1,198 ft (365 m)
Wingspan 46 ft (14 m) Landing Distance 2,438 ft (743 m)
Cabin Volume 314.3 cu/ft (8.9 cubic meter) Range 950 nm (1,760 km)
Main Door Width 31.5 in (800 mm) MTOW 8113 lb (3,680 kg)
Main Door Height 46.4 in (1.18m) Useful Load 3117 lb (1414 kg)
Max Seating Capacity 2+9 Max Landing Weight 8,003 lb (3,630kg)
Max. Cruise Speed 194 kts (359 km/h) Fuel Tank Capacity 198 US Gal (750 lt)
Stall Speed (Takeoff Flaps) 68 kts (126 km/h) Engine Manufacturer Lycoming
Practical Ceiling 19,500 ft (5,944 m) Engine Power 750 hp
Takeoff Run 1849 ft (564 m) Propeller 4 blades MT-Propeller
Takeoff Distance  2,595 ft (791 m) Fuel Consumption 31 USG/h (117 lt/h)
Fuel Type 100 or 100LL Avgas    

Special Mission

Tecnam P2006T SMP

Tecnam P2006T SMP

The Tecnam SMP is based on the Tecnam P2006T, which is, according to Tecnam, the only twin-engine aircraft capable of meeting all of today’s special missions requirements owing to its unique features. The aircraft’s high wing provides exceptional visibility, improved passenger comfort, and increased stability.

The P2006T SMP has a five-hour endurance range because of its fuel tanks holding two hundred liters of fuel. This makes it ideal for surveillance missions. Multiple sensors may be installed in the belly of the craft because of the completely retractable landing gear.

The P2006T may be fitted with the most sophisticated IFR Glass Cockpit Display Garmin G1000 Nxi and additional navigational aids such as Autopilot, Storm scope, DME, etc.

Tecnam P2012 SMP

Tecnam P2012 SMP

The P2012, also known as Sentinel, is designed for optical and infrared surveillance and may be modified like other SMP type P2006T. The P2012 Sentinel SMP is a twin-engine aircraft with piston efficiency and turboprop capabilities.P2012 SMP sports a “Space” cockpit with a Garmin G1000 NXi avionics suite and a Garmin GFC-700 autopilot, much like P2006T SMP.

Radar, IFF, ESM/SPS, SAR/DF, ASW, EO/IR, Camera, AIS, Datalink, Satlink, Satcom can all be found on the Tecnam P2012 SMP.

Anti-piracy, counter-terrorism, border surveillance, EEZ management, fisheries control, illegal immigration, illicit traffic, anti-pollution, search and rescue, anti-surface warfare, and anti-submarine warfare are all possible missions. This aircraft’s highly customizable profile allows it to be customized for specific missions.

FAQ: Frequently Asked Questions

Question: Where are Tecnam Aircrafts Manufactured?

Answer: Founded in 1986 Tecnam is located in Capua, Italy near the well-known city of Naples. 

Question: How Much is a Tecnam P2010?

Answer: P2010 has a base price of $345,000 which is less expensive than a new Cessna Skyhawk. 

Question: How Much is a Tecnam P2006T?

Answer: Twin-engine P2006T has an approximate base price of $630,000. 

Question: Is the Tecnam P2012 Pressurized?

Answer: No, P2012 is an unpressurized aircraft. Because of the low operating altitude compared to pressurized aircraft, P2012 is preferred to manufactured unpressurized. 

Question: Where is the Headquarters of Tecnam?

The headquarters of European Tecnam is in Capua, Italy. 

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Horne, T. A. (2019, April 11). New Tecnam Models Unveiled – AOPA. New Tecnam models unveiled – AOPA. https://www.aopa.org/news-and-media/all-news/2019/april/11/tecnam-debuts-new-p2002jf-p92-echo-mkii.

Tecnam P92 Echo MkII: The Classic Single Engine Plane. (2021, August 23). Tecnam Aircraft. https://www.tecnam.com/aircraft/p92-echo-mkii/.

AOPA (2020, September 22). Tecnam Adapts P2012 for Special Missions – AOPA. Tecnam adapts P2012 for special missions – AOPA. https://www.aopa.org/news-and-media/all-news/2020/september/22/tecnam-adapts-p2012-for-special-missions.

P2006T SMP: The Most Advanced Special Mission Twin Engine Aircraft. (2021, April 2). Tecnam Aircraft. https://www.tecnam.com/aircraft/p2006t-smp/.

Tecnam Aircraft’s P2012 Traveller: 11 Seater Twin Engine Plane for Sale. (2021, August 23). Tecnam Aircraft. https://www.tecnam.com/aircraft/p2012-traveller/.

Pope, S. (2019, June 19). We Fly: Tecnam P2012 Traveller | Flying. We Fly: Tecnam P2012 Traveller | Flying. https://www.flyingmag.com/we-fly-tecnam-p2012-traveller/.

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