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Monday, September 24, 2012
Giovanni Nustrini, Managing Director of Tecnam Australasia, presented Roger Cruickshank, CFI of the Hamilton, New Zealand based Waikato Aero Club with the keys and logbooks to two Tecnam P2008 Light Sport’s, for acceptance trials earlier this month.
As well as recreational flight training and club trips, Waikato Aero Club runs a student loan-funded full time flight school for budding professional pilots. Waikato’s full-time students will keep the aircraft busy during the week and our club members will enjoy some delightful weekend flying.
Posted by Tecnam at 7:53 AM
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Millions of TV viewers around the World tuned in to tonight’s London 2012 Paralympics Opening Ceremony to be treated to a spectacular Tecnam P2006T Twin flying display.
With LED lights beaming bright and a fantastic firework show shooting out from the wing tips, the Tecnam Twin was an awesome site.
A very memorable evening.
Posted by Tecnam at 10:09 PM
Monday, July 2, 2012
The P2002 powered by the Rotax 912 iS engine is now available.
Why fly a single that burns 15lt/hr of fuel when the new Rotax 912 iS powered P2002 only burns 12 lt/hr!
Oh yes and it’s even quieter too!
Posted by Tecnam at 8:39 AM
Thursday, March 8, 2012
A very proud Paolo Pascale, Tecnam’s MD is at the control of Tecnam’s latest baby, the eagerly anticipated new four-seater single engine aeroplane the P Twenty-Ten.
Paolo engages the Lycoming IO-360-M1a ‘Lycoming Light’ engine and the beautiful purring sound of the P Twenty-Ten coming to life is celebrated by the Tecnam family in Capua. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yLmy9v5pXVc&feature=youtu.be
With many P Twenty-Ten slots sold, even before first flight, a very bright future is assured. See you at Aero Friedrichshafen on the 18th of April, P Twenty-Ten!
Posted by Tecnam at 8:09 AM
Monday, February 13, 2012
With nearly 100,000 lakes in Sweden, it can’t be any surprise to see a Tecnam P2006T Twin on one of them!
Our Tecnam dealer for the Nordic countries, Ramtin Emami of Aviation Network, supplied this photo of SE-MGB at Skaresjo.
If you’d like to join Ramtin just head for Borås Airfield (ESGE), near Gothenburg, it’s about a five minute flight to the northwest.
As Ramtin says “our lake is frozen and the thick Ice makes it to a perfect landing place for a cup of hot chocolate with friends”.
Posted by Tecnam at 9:28 AM