Tecnam Lowers Training Costs With Diesel-Powered P2010

The P2010 TDI is a Jet-A-burning version of Tecnam’s four-seat Twenty-Ten for the training and private markets.
Credit: Tecnam/Krzysztof Niewiadomski
Italian manufacturer Tecnam has premiered a new version of its P2010 four-seat light aircraft, powered by a Continental CD-170 diesel-cycle engine burning Jet-A fuel. Designed for lower operating costs, the P2010 TDI is targeted primarily at flight training schools. European Union Aviation Safety...
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