WASHINGTON—Cape Air has entered formal negotiations on the purchase of 11-seat P2012 Traveller piston twins to replace the commuter airline’s Cessna 402Cs, manufacturer Tecnam said. Hyannis, Massachusetts-based Cape Air has a letter of intent to buy up to 100 aircraft, with a decision whether to order the P2012 planned to be taken once sufficient performance data is available from flight testing. The aircraft made its first flight July 21 from Capua, Italy, and the prototype ...

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