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Tecnam P92

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PH-4L2 Tecnam P92 Echo Light c/n 1490 - Flugplatz Stadtlohn-Vreden in Germany - 24 March 2018 more at Flugplatz Stadtlohn

The Tecnam P92 Echo Light is a two-seat, single strut braced high-wings ultra-light aircraft built by Tecnam. Costruzioni Aeronautiche TECNAM S.r.l., Capua, Italy, was founded in 1986 by the Brothers Luigi and Giovanni Pascale (formerly Partenavia). Tecnam entered the MLA-market with the P.92 Echo. The Echo first flew in 1992. The P92 is deliverable completed or as an assembly-kit. Over the years the Technam P92 Echo evolved to the P92 Echo Super, P92-JS Echo, P92 Echo Super de Luxe, P92 Eaglet, etc.. The original P92 Echo was modernised over the years and is available as the P92 Echo Classic. Next to the MLA (Micro Light Aeroplane), the P92 is available as a VLA (Very Light Aircraft). In 2013, the P92 went to its sixth version with the P92 Echo Light, closing the loop to the origin of the model. Beside the the trcycle-gear (nose-wheel) versions the TD (Tail Dragger) and Sea-Sky (float) versions are available. Engine options are the Rotax912, 912S/ULS, 912iS, 914 and Lycoming O-233. The Tecnam P92 variants are in use as well as a Microlight touring and training aircraft. As VLA the P92 is also in use as a replacement for the aging Cessna 152 and Piper Tomahawk training aircraft.

On 25 March 2014, Tecnam P92 Echo Light c/n 1490 was registered PH-4L2 in the Netherlands. On 15 April 2014, the PH-4L2 started its delivery flight out of Capua in Italy to Flugplatz Stadtlohn-Vreden in Germany, where it arrived on 17 April. The 2014-built Tecnam P92 Echo Light PH-4L2 is operated by Rayflight, a broadcasting and media production company in Eibergen. The PH-4L2 is powered by a 80 hp light-weight Rotax 912 four strokes, liquid cooled engine. To take onobstructed pictures, an extra right door with a removable window is available for the aircraft. On 24 March 2018, the PH-4L2 was seen at its homebase Flugplatz Stadtlohn-Vreden in Germany.

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