Tecnam Launches a New Edition of the Legendary P2006T

Tecnam Launches a New Edition of the Legendary P2006T

Tecnam Launches a New Edition of the Legendary P2006T

After carefully listening to customer suggestions, Tecnam improves on all the best features of the well-known P2006T, of which 400 units have now been built. The new TECNAM P2006T NG (Next Generation) is the result of more than 300 improvements to the current P2006T MkII.

Pilots now benefit from an additional front door for the co-pilot and external access to the baggage compartment. Windows have been redesigned and made larger to improve visibility. The powerplant is now provided by twin fuel-injected Rotax9121Sc3 engines, offering high-altitude efficiency and reduced fuel consumption of 14 liters/hour (3.7 US gallons/hour) per engine. The wing position and anti-collision lights are integrated into the winglets and equipped with state-of-the-art LED technology, not only enhancing efficiency, style and visibility but also offering a more eco-friendly and durable lighting solution.

The interior has also undergone major improvements, with a central console that houses the FMS GCU477 keyboard for efficient management of all Garmin avionics, including the GFC700 3-axis autopilot and the G1000 NXi, which offers an intuitive pilot interface with total connectivity between the tablet and the cockpit with the innovative Garmin Flight Stream avionics system.

Tecnam also offers a super-premium version, the P2006T NG SPORT. This version features an all-Italian design and pure luxury on every flight with every detail meticulously designed and handcrafted: black leather dashboard with soft LED lights, carbon-look panels, yokes and central console covered in leather. The cabin features Alcantara headliners, plush moquette seats, leather side walls and side panels with carbon-look logos.

For more information, visit https://tecnam.com/aircraft/p2006t-ng.

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