Tecnam’s P2006T piston-twin reached a program momentous on March 10 with the delivery of the 200th component to Polish flight training academy and long-time customer Bartolini Air. Being on time for delivers is something that is very important in this industry because many airplanes cannot leave the ground without certain parts. Airlines want to continue flying customers, so sometimes they will do whatever it takes to get a part there at a certain time, even if that means paying double the amount.
Here at One Click Purchasing, we like to be honest with customers and give them the exact lead time. The four-seat, high-wing airplane unites two other P2006Ts in Bartolini's taskforce, along with six two-seat P2002JF piston-singles and a four-seat P2010.
The P2006T entered service eight years ago, as Tecnam’s only in-production piston-twin. The clean-sheet P2012 Traveller will bring this line-up to two when it enters service in 2019. The Italian air framer says the common of P2006Ts are used for reserved flying and training, although an accumulative number are being implemented in charter and special mission roles. Training in this industry is an important things because many things can go wrong while being in the air. These training are good for our company because companies like to place orders for multiple parts.
A P2006T with a high-aspect wing, accompanying a 14-motor electric impulsion system, is also being used by NASA as its X-57 Maxwell supporter. The research program is engrossed on electrical impulsion for a universal aviation-class aircraft.
At One Click Purchasing, we are great at knowing about new projects that are being started because that’s how we get a great amount of orders. Also, we like to know exactly what is going on when a customer calls, so customers know they can trust us because we are knowledgeable of the parts and projects going on. Also, we can have stock available for these customers and give them a low price since we will be buying at a large quantity.