For Sale: US $146,000  

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Heart of Virginia Aviation
Richmond, Virginia
Phone:  (804)597-7000
Contact: Eli Grimes
Heart of Virginia Aviation

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Beautiful Italian style with unmatched cabin room combine to make the ultimate cross country touring aircraft. Order yours NOW!

Tecnam has been building all-metal aircraft since 1948, but officials note the decision to use both carbon fiber and metal on the P2008 allows for the optimization of aerodynamic qualities and reliability. Carbon fiber provides smooth surfaces, elegance, style, comfort and aerodynamic qualities for the fuselage while metal is used for the wing and stabilator for maximum strength and reliability.

The wing is based on the NACA63A airfoil, and, through partial tapering, is brought close to the optimal lift distribution (elliptical), officials said. The single-slot flaps extend along much of the wing span. The Frise type aileron, along with the taper design, provides a high rate of roll. The all movable type (stabilator) horizontal tail, traditional on all Tecnam aircraft, allows excellent controllability and exemplary hands off longitudinal stability, company officials said.

Tecnam traces its roots back to the activities of the brothers Luigi and Giovanni Pascale, who in 1948 created general aviation airplanes under the name Partenavia.


Wingspan...28.9 feet
Length...22.7 feet
Height...8.1 feet
Cabin Width...3.9 feet


Max speed...120 kts
Stall speed...45 kts
Stall speed, flaps down...41 kts
Service ceiling...14,000 feet
Cruise Speed 75% Power...112 kts


Max weight...1,320 pounds
Take-off run...610 feet
Landing run...492 feet
Rate of climb...900 feet/min
Design Load Limit...+4 -2 g
Ultimate Load Limit...+6 -3 g

Airframe: 1.5

Engine Specs:
Rotax 912ULS
100 HP engine
2,000 hour TBO

Rotax 912iS
100 HP engine
2,000 hour TBO

Rotax 914
115 HP engine
2,000 hour TBO
For SaleUS $146,000  
LocationRichmond, Virginia
Total Time0 Hours
Overhaul0 SNEW
Number Of Seats2
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