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MOGAS approved for Tecnam aircraft

Posted 3 December 2015 · Add Comment

Tecnam has reinforced its commitment to environmentally friendly General Aviation by confirming that EASA has approved the use of MOGAS for all Tecnam P2010 aircraft.

MOGAS fuel ensures P2010 flyers will benefit from cost effective operation and produce significantly lead free emissions.
 
Aircraft already delivered are also approved to utilise MOGAS.
 
“In achieving this milestone, the Tecnam P2010 becomes the first known OEM fixed-wing aircraft fully approved by the manufacturer to use each and every fuel listed in our SI1070 Approved Fuels document”, said Michael Kraft, senior vice president and general manager of Lycoming Engines.
 
All Tecnam General Aviation aircraft are now able to operate with environmentally friendly fuels. 
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