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Wed, Nov 29, 2017

Tecnam U.S. Delivers The First Three Of Thirty Special Mission Platforms

Will Be Used For For Geospatial Data Acquisition

Tecnam U.S. has announced that on October 2nd, 2017 and November 20th, 2017 it completed the delivery of the first three of an order for thirty P2006T twin engine aircraft in its Special Mission Platform (SMP) configuration.

The three delivered aircraft are part of a 24-month contract to deliver 30 SMP aircraft to a geospatial data acquisition company modernizing its fleet to optimize operational costs and sensor availability.  The company has options for an additional 24 P2006T SMP aircraft following the delivery of the first 30 aircraft commitment.

For this 30 aircraft contract the Tecnam SMP will be delivered with its standard, field proven, mission power system and dedicated hatch to accommodate multiple sensor packages, managed by Tecnam as Type Certification design changes.

The contract also provides for additional design services from Tecnam to optimize the installation for specific sensor packages under Tecnam’s design authority and experience.

“Given the age of existing sensor platforms, costs to operate them and changes in the requirements of the sensors themselves, the P2006T is the right platform at the right time for bringing geospatial data sensing up to date. We are proud that our Customer has chosen Tecnam to provide aircraft for their fleet expansion and look forward to the opportunity to evolve the data sensing platform paradigm”, said Paolo Pascale, CEO of Tecnam.

(Image provided with Tecnam U.S. news release)

FMI: www.tecnam.com

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