Flying the Tecnam P2006T Twin
As the Croft Flies visits Tecnam North America pilot Dave Lubore as he performs a walk around and flight of Tecnam's Rotax 912-powered P2006T twin during a visit to company's home base at the Hanover County airport in Virginia on 14 October 2009
Tecnam Aircraft's Rotax-Powered Twin
It burns 10 gallons an hour of auto gas and can do 150 knots. But is there a market for a Rotax-powered twin in the U.S.? AVweb's Jeff Van West takes a closer look at this unique piston twin.
Airborne Technologies - TECNAM MMA
This IFR multi-fuel twin engine aircraft brings a totally new perspective to the airborne surveillance and remote sensing market. It inspires with its unbeatable low operating costs, simplicity of systems and world-wide maintainability while offering superior sensor payload and endurance. AIRBORNE TECHNOLOGIES excels in three business areas: Aircraft Modification, Sensor Integration and Data Acquisition. As an approved Design Organization, the company specializes in the modification, installation, certification and operation of sensor equipment. They provide tailor-made turnkey solutions for airborne surveillance and surveying systems for a wide range of new airborne platforms (fixed and rotary wing) as well as integration of Sensor Systems into existing customer aircraft. AIRBORNE TECHNOLOGIES Data Acquisition & Processing Department provides services in the field of remote sensing and geophysics processing, exploitation and dissemination that covers a wide range of applications e.g. Police, Military, Environmental Mapping and Exploration. www.airbornetechnologies.at
Tecnam P2006T Low pass, display and landing
Seen at Aerosport 2010 in LEIG (Igualada Airfield)