P92 Echo SWP (Belgian)
Light, only in weight.
The Tecnam P92 SWP (Belgian) is a high wing, two place, single engine light airplane equipped with tricycle landing gear.
But is not only that.
The P92 Light is the plane that gave wings to thousands of pilots.
Fuel Capacity 190 km/h Two seats – Side by side Only 4.5 US Gal per hour, The story of P92 airplane begins in early 90s…
45 x 1L – 11,9 US Gal
(Opt. 2nd 45 L tank)
Max Cruise Speed
AVGAS and MOGAS Automotive Fuel
The history began here
The italian ultralight market was young, and all the airplanes flying as microlight were dacron covered-two strokes engine with open cabin and low cruise speed. In that period, TECNAM was young too as company as it was created on 1986 by the Partenavia’s founders: the Pascale brothers Luigi and Giovanni.
TECNAM was in that period in charge to produce parts, assembly and test the ATR-42/72 horizontal tail, vertical tail and fuselage sections.
On 1990 Paolo Pascale suggested his uncle to enter in the microlight business analyzing primarily what the market offered in those years…
The result was the development of a microlight with characteristics of a bigger General Aviation airplane:
the result was the TECNAM P92: the first microlight with general aviation style.
Two seats – Side by side
Only 4.5 US Gal per hour,
The story of P92 airplane begins in early 90s…
Hydraulic Brakes Hand Lever
Dual Flight Controls
Steerable Nose Wheel
Stabilator Trim (Between The Seats)
– Throttle, Two
Flight Trim Controls
– Stabilator With Indicator
Fuel Control Selector With On/Off
– Engine Lh And Rh Ignition Switches
Flight instruments and indicators
Airspeed Ind., Kts
Stabilator Trim Position Indicator
Fuel Qty Indicator
12 Volt 18A Amp. Battery Light 1 Kg
12 Volt Alternators-20 Amp.
12 Volt Socket
Circuit Fuses Panel
One Integral Fuel Tank With 45 Litres Total Capacity
Fuel Quick Drain
Pilot And Copilot Carbon Fiber Seats With Cushion
Adjustable Fore And Aft
Seat Belts & Shoulder Harness, All Seats
Light Interiors With Carpet
Powerplant and Propeller
Engines – 1 Rotax 912Ul 80 Hp, 4 Cylinders
Liquid/Air Cooled, Integrated Reduction Gear
Dual Ignition System
Throttle Control Lh/Rh
Tubular Steel Engine Mount
Propeller – Sensenich Propeller, 2 Blade Fix
Oil And Water Coolers
Tie Down Rings
Main Wheels, 4,00 X 4
Nose Wheel, 4,00 X 4
Cabin Confort System
Ventilator Adjustable, 2 Place
Manufacturers Full Two Year Limited Warranty
Pilots Operation Handbook
|Fuselage Height||2.5 mt – 8.2 ft|
|Fuselage Length||6,3 m 21 ft|
|Wingspan||8.70 mt – 28.5 ft|
|Cabin Height (seat to cover)||0.91 mt – 3 ft|
|Cabin Width||1,06 mt – 3,5 ft|
|Max Seating capacity||2|
|Fuel tank capacity||45 lt – 11,9 US GAL|
|Engine Manufacturer||Rotax 912 UL|
|Engine Power||80 hp|
|Time Before Overhaul||2000 hrs|
|Propeller||Two-Bladed Fixed Pitch|
|Fuel Type||Mogas and Avgas|
Design Weight & Loading
|Baggage allowance||20 kg – 44 lb|
|Design Weight||500 kg – 1100 lb|
|Max Cruise Speed (KTAS)||190 km/h – 103 kts|
|Stall Speed (Flaps Down Power Off) KCAS||63 km/h – 34 kts|
|Practical ceiling||3660 mt – 12000 ft|
|Take off run||100 mt – 328 ft|
|Take off distance||230 mt – 755 ft|
|Landing Run||100 mt – 328 ft|
|Landing Distance||250 mt – 820 ft|
|Rate of climb||885 ft/min – 4,5 m/sec|
|Range||270 NM – 500 km|
Today, 20 years since the first flight, P92 is still one of best selling model of Tecnam production line: with 13 variants and versions, with over 500 customizations, P92 has been delivered almost 2000 units as ULM/LSA and VLA with more than 180.000 flown hours.
Tecnam decided to celebrate this model introducing the Taildragger 20th and betting, on September 2012, on “P92 Echo Classic Celebrating Program”: the production of a special variant with a unique price for the end customer: anything not needed to fly fun has been removed or listed as optional, in order to have the possibility to purchase a real 270kg empty weight microlight with an unbeatable price for a Tecnam aeroplane.
Why purchase one trainer for your flight school, when you can have two!
Specifications subject to change without notice. Always consult the Aircraft Flight Manual.