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Tecnam Announces New P92 Echo

Tecnam announced the newest edition of the popular high wing two-place P92. With over 70 years of aircraft design, Tecnam wants to celebrate the aircraft that re-launched our passion for flying. The P92 was designed in 1992 when Tecnam's founding brothers, Luigi and Giovanni Pascale, were thinking about ending aircraft manufacturing. The push of Paolo Pascale, Giovanni's son, convinced the brothers to present the original two-place high wing P92. After 29 years and many different versions, the P92 Mark II arrives as the modern culmination of Tecnam know-how and expertise in aircraft manufacturing, coupling retro style and modern aircraft innovation.The P92 Echo Mark II combines our wide carbon fuselage design with light alloy construction, now offering flying characteristics often found in much larger platforms. This model retains the simple, and forgiving characteristics, coupled with extremely short-field performance while offering a higher useful load. In addition, the P92 Echo Mark II features a refined engine cowl and sleek window design incorporated in its distinctive Italian style. Up front the pilot is offered the latest in glass avionics featuring the Garmin G3X Touchscreen Flight Deck as Standard Equipment.The P92 Echo Mark II is powered by either a 100 HP Rotax 912 ULS 2 engine or the Rotax 12.David Copeland, Director of Sales, said "Nothing that I have flown over my 31 years within the industry compares to Tecnam's innovative approach to safety, quality and flight. Proven design -- smooth and solid flying qualities paired with nearly 30 years of the P92 platform performance now paired with the latest Italian engineering style.""We are so excited to present this new P92 in the US," said Giovanni Pascale. "It is our iconic trademark and we cannot discontinue it, but instead use this as an example to show the continuous drive for innovation at Tecnam."
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