Italian plane-maker Tecnam recently delivered the first pair of its new nine-passenger P2012 Travellers to launch customer Cape Air. The regional carrier, based in Hyannis, Massachusetts, has expressed interest in putting up to 100 of the high wing piston twins into service. The regional has ordered an initial 20 Travellers to be delivered over two years, and CEO and founder Dan Wolf says he then wants to accelerate deliveries to replace the rest of Cape Air’s 85-aircraft Cessna 402C ...


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