Attention Western US and Texas based buyers - Dealer leaseback promotion including a period of 12 months NO INTEREST financing and up to 15k of leaseback revenue to a purchaser who bases the aircraft in select areas of Delta's responsibility for Tecnam and makes the aircraft available to Delta for occasional use including shows and demonstration flights.
New 2020 Tecnam P2010 available October, 2020. IO390 215 HP, Garmin NXi, GFC 700 Autopilot and more. Please contact Mark for details or to discuss a demonstration request.
The Tecnam P2010 is a single engine, 4-seat, IFR-rated, high wing aircraft with a smooth, carbon fiber fuselage and metal wings for superior strength and stability. It has 2 engine options:
Standard Configuration - equipped with a 180HP Lycoming IO360
MkII model - equipped with a 215HP Lycoming IO390.
The wing is based on the well-proven NACA63A aerofoil. Through partial tapering, the design brings it close to the optimal lift distribution (elliptical). The stabilator, a trademark of all Tecnam airplanes, allows for excellent controllability and ‘hands off’ longitudinal stability.
Delta Aviation is Tecnam’s exclusive dealer for Texas, California, Washington, Nevada, Oregon, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota, Alaska, Montana, and Hawaii.
Call Mark Woods at Delta Aviation
Ask about a Piston Power Airframe & Engine Coverage Plan for this aircraft. Scheduled and unscheduled maintenance, (annual inspections, oil changes, engine overhaul, etc.) are covered and will provide a more known cost of ownership and de-risk your purchase both during and after the manufacturer’s warranty period.
• Max Cruise Speed KTAS: 134kts/146kts*
• Stall Speed KCAS: 52kts (Flaps down, Power off)
• Practical ceiling: 12,000ft
• Take Off Run: 1,102 ft.
• Take Off Distance: 1,952 ft.
Engines: The P2010 MkII version - includes Lycoming's new 215 HP IO-390, which enables the plane to climb at 1,050ft/m. It provides 215HP at 2,700 rpm, coupled with a variable pitch prop. This engine can burn 100LL or UL100 fuel.
The selection of the Lycoming IO-390 to power this plane was primarily its capability to burn alternative fuels other than 100LL. The approval of this major design change by FAA set an important milestone on Tecnam’s “green transition” as the first worldwide General Aviation aircraft manufacturer able to obtain such a wide, flexible and non-single-brand related choice, as well as the first manufacturer capable of obtaining approval for use of automotive fuel on IO-360 Lycoming engine.
Props: IO-360 Powerplant: 2 Blade MT Fixed Pitch with optional upgrade for 2 or 3 Blade MT Constant Speed Prop.
IO-390 Powerplant: Only available with G1000 Nxi and 3 Blade Constant Speed Propeller
G1000 Nxi Integrated Flight Deck System, includes:
GDU 1050 1O-inches PFD
GDU 1050 1O-inches MFD
Dual GEA 71 Engine & Airframe unit
Dual GIA 63WAAS Com/nav/GPS/GS/Loc
GMA1347 Digital audio system
GDC72 Air data computer
GTX345R Mode S Transponder (ADS-B In and OUT)
ENGINE IO390 ONLY AVAILABLE WITH G1000 Nxi and VP Propeller
High wing aircraft with a smooth, carbon fiber fuselage and metal wings for superior strength and stability.
White Polyurethane Exterior Paint
Epoxy Corrosion Proofing, All Structure
LH/RH Front Door Pilot/Co-Pilot, Lock and Key
RH Rear Door Passenger
RH Baggage Door With Lock
Tinted Lateral Windows
Fixed Landing Gear with Castering Nose Wheel
Comfort for both pilots and passengers is provided by an expansive cabin featuring ergonomic front and rear leather seats, exceptional leg room, and easy accessibility with 3 passenger doors and a baggage door.
• Cabin Height: 3 ft. (Seat to Cover)
• Cabin Width: 3.74 ft.
• Baggage Max. Permissible Load: 88 lbs.
Airframe: 24 Months or 1000 Hours
Engine: 24 Months or 1000 Hours
Garmin Avionics: 2 year or 800 Hours
Specifications are believed to be accurate and complete, however it is the responsibility of the purchaser to verify and accept the aircraft upon physical inspection of the aircraft and its records.