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Tecnam introduces the P92 Sea-Sky Hydroplane

PUBLISHED: 10:10 06 January 2012 | UPDATED: 14:11 10 October 2012

Tecnam has announced the launch of the Tecnam P92 Sea-Sky Hydroplane, the 6th generation model of the Tecnam P92 Echo Classic and Eaglet range of aeroplanes.









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Tecnam has announced the launch of the

Tecnam P92 Sea-Sky Hydroplane, the 6th generation model of the Tecnam P92 Echo

Classic and Eaglet range of aeroplanes.

 

Requiring a take-off run of less than 200

metres, and with an impressive climb rate and 100hp engine, the Tecnam P92

Sea-Sky Hydroplane affords ease of operation both on the water and in the air.

 

The new aircraft will be produced at

Tecnam’s new composites production facility, home to both the Tecnam P2008 and

Tecnam P Twenty-Ten, in Capua, Italy.

 

‘’Our Tecnam P92 Sea-Sky Hydroplane offers

you the pleasure of enjoying both blue waters and blue skies’’ said Paolo

Pascale, Tecnam’s Managing Director. ‘’Not just designed to perform superbly on

water but also on the remaining 29% of the worlds surface, land, by using our

innovative 4 wheels retractable landing gear.’’

 

For more information, visit www.tecnam.com or contact Walter de Costa,

Tecnam Sales and Marketing, tel +34 616 481143, w.dacosta@tecnamspain.es

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