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Classic Aero-TV: No Pie in The Sky! – Tecnam’s P2010 Arrives

From 2016: The First Certified Four-Place High Wing Aircraft Since The Cardinal…

The U.S. Sport Aviation Expo is dedicated to recreational flying which includes light sport aircraft, and that’s what Tecnam has been heavily involved in. However they have much more than LSA’s in their lineup, and one of these aircraft is what they call the P2010.

ANN CEO and Editor-In-Chief, Jim Campbell, was at the Expo and spent some time with Shannon Yeager, the Director of North American Sales for Tecnam. Yeager starts the ball rolling by pointing out that the Tecnam P2010 is the first new high wing, four place, aircraft that’s been rolled out since the Cessna Cardinal in the mid-1960s.

The P2010 is a ground-up new design for Tecnam, and Yeager says it fills the spot between the Cessna 172 and the Cessna 182. The airplane received its U.S. type certificate in 2015 and production airplanes are now starting to show up in the United States. Yeager says it cruises at about 140 knots while burning nine gallons of fuel per hour.

During the video, Yeager goes on to explain the numerous features of the airplane, and our videographer gives you a great look at the details. As Yeager talks about the entire Tecnam line you’ll also get a quick look at their twin-engine airplane. Take a look at the P2010; you’ll like what you see!

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