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Tecnam announced today that Sevenair Academy, Portugal’s leading flight training organisation (FTO) has placed and order for 10 Tecnam P2008JC Mk II aeroplanes.

Sevenair currently operate a training fleet of 20 aircraft, which includes both the Tecnam P2010 and P2006T Twin. This new and significant investment is part of Sevenair’s commitment to continue to not only become one of Europe best and largest FTO’s but ensure potential commercial pilots are being trained on state-of-the-art aircraft such as on its wide range of Tecnam models.

2018 sees the Sevenair Academy celebrating 30 years of operations. Throughout this period, it has trained thousands of pilots, aircraft maintenance technicians and flight dispatchers which are now employed by some of the largest airlines in the world

Alexandre Alves, Chief Commercial Officer of Sevenair Group said: “The Tecnam P2008JC Mk II is without doubt the best replacement for our legacy trainers such as the Cessna 152, due to its design, superlative performance, technology and innovation. Our Tecnam aeroplanes have more than proven their value too in terms of operational capability, reliability, training advantages and cost effectiveness.

Walter Da Costa, Tecnam Global Sales and Marketing Director said: “This major acquisition reaffirms the Sevenair Academy endorsement of the superlative range of Tecnam aeroplanes. Their Tecnam fleet enables Sevenair to offer their students the most cost effective training by employing state of the art aircraft, equipped with advanced avionics.

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Tecnam announced the successful first flight of a second P2012 Traveller aircraft occurred on December 22nd. Serial number 002 will be configured as the “Conforming Production Aircraft’ and will be the template for all P2012 customer production aircraft.

The arrival into service of the next-generation 11 seat P2012 Traveller is highly anticipated by airlines who have been demanding a replacement for the many hundreds of ‘heritage’ aeroplanes in the FAR23/CS23 category currently in service around the world.

P2012 serial number 001 first flew on 21 July 2016. Since the maiden flight, the prototype has accumulated more than 250 flight test hours.

Serial number 002 further facilitates the Tecnam Flight Test & Development teams ability to stay on track for both EASA and FAA certification during 2018, thereby enabling deliveries to commence in 2019.

The 11-seat P2012 Traveller is equipped with latest avionics from Garmin, the new G1000 Nxi and powered by two 375 HP Lycoming piston engines. The Tecnam P2012 Traveller will enter revenue service with US based Cape Air in early 2019 with the delivery of the first of 100 aircraft ordered.

The Traveller has been designed from the start to be a very versatile and flexible aerial platform, offering multi role opportunities including VIP, cargo, parachuting, medevac and amphibious.

We are pleased to have achieved this significant milestone. The tremendous worldwide interest and demand for the P2012 keeps us focused on staying on track with the development and certification program.” said Paolo Pascale, Tecnam’s CEO.

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Tecnam P2008JC MkII – Major enhancements approved by EASA

Tecnam announced today EASA approval of an upgraded version of its popular two seater, the P2008JC.

The Tecnam P2008JC MkII will feature a number of significant enhancements. These include a new avionic suite, including a new design of both the dashboard and glare shield, thereby enabling the introduction of the Garmin’s innovative G3X Touch display with a MD302 attitude instrument.

The Garmin G3X Touch with its two large 10.6 inch displays provides pilots with an intuitive split-screen mode with the option to view PFD, MFD, and engine information on a single display. Synthetic vision (SVX™) is a standard feature on G3X Touch, which provides a rich, three-dimensional depiction of terrain, obstacles, water features, the runway environment, and more.

The P2008JC MkII is available as VFR Night. This version has a new improved lighting system featuring both ambient light and dimmer switches.

Tecnam have further improved the levels of comfort for passengers and pilots alike. Delivery options include a Premium interior, with a dark styling of both the cabin and ceiling, new design of the doors, coupled with premium leather seats. Customers may also choose the propeller available as 2 or 3 blades, especially for those pilots flying on noise-restricted airfields.

Bartolini Air, Poland’s leading Flight Training Organization recently ordered 7 Tecnam P2008JC MkII’s to add to their current Tecnam fleet of 8 singles and 3 twins. Bartolini Air currently operate over 12,000 flight training hours a year and qualifies more than 200 students, with many going on to rewarding careers in the world of commercial aviation.

Bartlomiej Walas, Bartolini Air’s CEO stated: “This is a very proud day for the Bartolini Air team as we are the first Flight Training Organisation to introduce the Tecnam P2008JC MkII into service. The introduction of this updated version of the P2008JC is a significant addition to our all Tecnam training fleet.”

“Tecnam is committed to constantly evolving and improving its product offering, to ensure our customers will always benefit of all the latest innovations the GA world has to offer” said Paolo Pascale, Tecnam’s CEO.

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Tecnam U.S. delivers the first three of thirty Special Mission Platforms for geospatial data acquisition.

Tecnam U.S. announced today that on October 2nd, 2017 and November 20th, 2017 it completed the delivery of the first three (3) of an order for thirty (30) P2006T twin engine aircraft in its Special Mission Platform (SMP) configuration.

The three aircraft now delivered are part of a 24-months contract to deliver 30 SMP aircraft to a geospatial data acquisition company modernizing its fleet to optimize operational costs and sensor availability.  The company has options for an additional 24 P2006T SMP aircraft following the delivery of the first 30 aircraft commitment.

For this 30 aircraft contract the Tecnam SMP will be delivered with its standard, field proven, mission power system and dedicated hatch to accommodate multiple sensor packages, managed by Tecnam as Type Certification design changes.

The contract also provides for additional design services from Tecnam to optimize the installation for specific sensor packages under Tecnam’s design authority and experience.

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Tecnam selects TKS Ice Protection System for P2012 Traveller

Tecnam today announced it has selected CAV Ice Protection to provide the TKS Ice Protection System and support services for the twin-piston Tecnam P2012 Traveller aircraft.
CAV Ice Protection thoroughly tested the TKS Ice Protection System in an icing wind tunnel at the latest certification levels for planes flying in known icing conditions. A total of 35 conditions and 83 runs covering all test points were made in one week with successful results.
Tecnam is pleased to partner with CAV Ice Protection to offer operators a tremendously safe system that handles icing conditions in all parts of the world,” said Paolo Pascale, Tecnam CEO.
TKS Ice Protection Systems provide anti-ice and de-ice capabilities with clean exit performance, protect aft of the leading edge, improve leading edge durability and life, and require low maintenance.
We are proud to provide Tecnam and their launch customer Cape Air with an effective ice protection system that has been technologically proven since 1942,” said Jerry Jordan, CAV Ice Vice President of Engineering.
About CAV Ice Protection

CAV Ice Protection is a global aerospace supplier of airborne ice protection systems for civilian, commercial and military aircraft. The company specializes in the design, consulting, certification services and manufacture of aviation ice protection systems. Proprietary technologies include the TKS Ice Protection System and SLD Guard. Headquartered in Consett, England, CAV Ice Protection has operations and manufacturing facilities in the United Kingdom and United States. For more information on CAV Ice Protection, visit


About TECNAM; “Quality Aircraft since 1948”

TECNAM’s roots go all the way back to the Italian brothers Luigi and Giovanni Pascale who began to develop and produce innovative aircraft soon after the end of WWII. Since those early beginnings, the family has continued to create original models, first gaining worldwide recognition under the name Partenavia, which translates as ” Naples Aviation”. Costruzioni Aeronautiche TECNAM was established in March 1986 and now operates in three production facilities. The Casoria facility is located adjacent to Naples’ Capodichino Airport while the main factory is next to the “Oreste Salomone” Airport in Capua. Recently a new facility was established in Sebring, Florida, USA to serve and support the needs of Tecnam’s North American-based owners and operators.

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