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Tecnam to show MMA at Farnborough

written by australianaviation.com.au | July 16, 2010
photo - Tecnam

Austrian based Airborne Technologies and Tecnam are planning to display a P2006T modified for special missions, designated the Tecnam Multi Mission Aircraft (MMA), at the Farnborough Airshow.

The twin-engine, high wing P2006T has been modified by Airborne Technologies for special missions with the inclusion of an additional electrical power (a separate 28V/70Amps electrical mission supply), a retractable sensor system and an integrated pilot flight guidance system/sensor operator workstation. Airborne Technologies holds a supplemental type certificate for the modifications, while Tecnam’s dealer and support network provides worldwide distribution and support for the aircraft.

The two organisations are targeting government and high end security firms with the MMA. It was first announced in October 2009.

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Tecnam to show MMA at Farnborough

written by australianaviation.com.au | July 16, 2010
photo - Tecnam

Austrian based Airborne Technologies and Tecnam are planning to display a P2006T modified for special missions, designated the Tecnam Multi Mission Aircraft (MMA), at the Farnborough Airshow.

The twin-engine, high wing P2006T has been modified by Airborne Technologies for special missions with the inclusion of an additional electrical power (a separate 28V/70Amps electrical mission supply), a retractable sensor system and an integrated pilot flight guidance system/sensor operator workstation. Airborne Technologies holds a supplemental type certificate for the modifications, while Tecnam’s dealer and support network provides worldwide distribution and support for the aircraft.

The two organisations are targeting government and high end security firms with the MMA. It was first announced in October 2009.

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