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    Exterior photography of the Tecnam P2010. Sebring Regional Airport (SEF) Sebring FL USA

Overview

  • the Italian challenger blends a carbon fiber fuselage with an all-metal wing, rudder, and stabilator, and offers specifications similar to those of the Cessna 172. The standard useful load of the P2010 is 992 pounds, better than the standard Cessna 172 useful load of 918 pounds. (The actual useful load of the P2010 flown at Tecnam’s United States headquarters in Sebring, Florida, is 910 pounds.) A new diesel engine option means even more possibilities for worldwide customers.

    Tecnam P2010

Specifications

  • Powerplant

    Lycoming IO-360-M1A, 180 hp

  • Propellers

    Variable pitch

  • Length

    26 ft 2 in

  • Height

    8 ft 8 in

  • Wingspan

    33 ft 9 in

  • Wing Area

  • Wing loading

  • Power loading

  • Cabin Width

    3 ft 9 in

  • Empty Weight

    1,665 lb

  • Maximum gross weight

    2,557 lb

  • Useful load

    893 lb

  • Payload with full fuel

  • Fuel capacity

    63.4 gal

  • Baggage capacity

    88 lb

Performance

  • Takeoff distance ground roll

    1,102 ft

  • Takeoff distance over 50-ft obstacle

    1,952 ft

  • Rate of climb sea level

    841 fpm

  • Service ceiling

    12,000 ft

  • Landing distance over 50-ft obstacle

    1,709 ft

  • Landing distance ground roll

    778 ft

  • Cruise speed/endurance w/45-min rsv, std fuel (fuel consumption, ea engine) @ 75% power, best economy

    137 KTAS

  • Range

Limiting and Recommended Airspeeds

  • VX

  • VY

  • VNE

  • VS1

  • VSO

    52 KCAS

For more information, contact TECNAM Aircraft at or via https://www.tecnam.com/us/aircraft/p2010/

All specifications are based on manufacturer's calculations. All performance figures are based on standard day, standard atmosphere, sea level, gross weight conditions unless otherwise noted.