Tecnam P2006T Cockpit Start Up | Take Off | Inflight | Landing | Shut Down
Tecnam P2006T Garmin 1000 Cockpit - All variants
In this video you will get to see all points of this great aircraft. First of all you will see how the engine is getting ready for taxi with start up, avionics check and atc information. After that we are cleared for take off on augsburgs runway 07 on a amazing blue sky flying weather. We only need about 500m and climb direct away to sierra 1 the outgoing point for Augsburg airport. Then we are going to climb to 9000 feet for the german alps with the outstanding mountain region. See some amazing views and enjoy the elegant tecnam in all situation. After the alps region we are heading back to Augsburg where we make a long and calm final approach to runway 07 with a landing distance of only 450m. Afterwards you can see the complete shut down process on this airplane. See all scenes of this aircraft in this video. There is no music in the complete video not to destroy the sound of the airplane. Feel free to rate, comment, surbscribe and share.
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Tecnam: Cold and Dark Tutorial - Baltic Aviation Academy
http://www.balticaa.com/ Baltic Aviation Academy's (Lithuania) Ab Initio
students during their practical trainings have been mastering Tecnam 2002
for the whole summer. Pranas Drulis, ATPL Integrated student, will
introduce you to pre-flight check and Cold & Dark peculiarities of light
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.
Aero-TV: The Tecnam P2006T - Energizing the Flight Training Market
Mon, 04 January 2010 .
Rotax Powered Twin Proves Multi-Engine A/C CAN BE Cost-Effective
Mostly known for their efforts in the LSA aircraft game, Tecnam (which has
been building planes since 1948, by the way), has been building serious
buzz for a new program for a few years -- a light twin that could shake up
the business a fair amount. Built around the highly-regarded Rotax 912S,
the P2006T is destined to do something that few twins have been able to do
over the years... entice owners looking for a cost-effective flyer.
With only 100 hp per side, the 200 hp P2006T, with
constant-speed/full-feathering props, will have a cruise speed (at 75%) of
140 kts. The bird is a four seater, with high wing and retractable gear.
The cockpit is currently scheduled to be filled by the buyer's choice of a
Garmin G1000 or standard gauges. Stall speed (Vso) is 49 knots, while the
M/E climb rate is 1140 fpm and in single engine mode, still manages to eke
out 230 fpm. With 880 pounds of useful load, the P2006T needs 898 feet for
takeoff (with 1213 feet to clear the stereotypical 50 foot obstacle), and
656 feet for landing roll out (a total of 1279 feet over the 50 foot
obstacle). The retractable gear system is electric. The P2006T has a 400
liter fuel capacity (about 105 gallons) and offers 620 nm range.
In addition to the fact that the Rotax 912S is fairly easy on the fuel
flows, this is an engine that can burn auto-gas without issue... offering
even greater economies. As the first all-new twin on the GA Market since
the Diamond DA42, with obvious attractions for the most economical buyers
and flight schools, the P2006T is sure to find a ready market among those
with a need for that extra engine... without killing their wallets in the
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An amateur trying to land a Boeing 737 CL -- Baltic Aviation academy
http://www.balticaa.com Great news for our viewers! Baltic Aviation Academy
is back to the topic of amateur trying to control a big passenger jet. This
time Natalja, who has already tried her luck landing Airbus A320 from 2500
altitude, faces a brand new challenge in a Boeing 737 CL full flight
simulator. In this experiment an amateur acts as if she is alone in the
cabin and tries to land a jet with help of an air traffic controller only.
Watch the video and see if she has succeeded. Enjoy!
Beechcraft 1900 startup and takeoff
First off, sorry about the quality of the take off, turned out quite
This is showing the engine start up of one of Pacific Coastal Airlines
Beechcraft 1900 C at the Trail Regional Airport YZZ as well as the take
off. This flight is destined for Vancouver International Airport, South
Tecnam P2006T landing at Calgary Springbank Airport CYBW
Got to spend an hour at the Calgary Springbank Airport a couple weeks back.
Very cool airport with lots of general aviation traffic including many
flight schools. This was the first time I've seen a Tecnam P2006T in flight
and it is a pretty interesting looking aircraft!
Tecnam P2006 at Festival of Flight, 2010
This is a seriously attractive little plane. From Tecnam in Italy, this
P2006T had flown over from Auckland for a promotion tour of Australia.
Here she is strutting her stuff at the Watts Bridge Festival of Flight
2010. I made the mistake of thinking that it was a Partenavia, but was
soon put right. Incredibly quiet with the Rotax engines (the over sounds
at the first flyby is from a Baron doing a missed approach. It does get
busy at FoF.)
Clay Lacy and the Amazing Human Fly
In 1976, famed aviation businessman and movie pilot Clay Lacy was asked to
fly one of the strangest stunt acts in aviation: The Human Fly. In this
exclusive AVweb video, he explains how the project came into being.
Pilot Crashes on First Solo
Early reports say the engine was 100% fine. The crash was due to the pilot
not having his hand on the throttle for takeoff along with the pilot's
inability to maintain proper climb attitude. I hope this guy never flies
again for our safety.