This 2019 model year Tecnam P2010 was the pride and joy of a conscientious private owner, who has now upgraded to a twin. He wanted a new aircraft with easy access, roomy cockpit and great avionics for long-distance trips to southern Europe. The 180hp Lycoming fuel-injected engine purrs its way at 2350rpm leaned back to 9.7 USG per hour, and the aircraft trues at 105ktas. The large 61 USG tanks means the owner can plan on 5-hour legs plus a reserve. The Garmin G1000Nxi suite with the GFC700 autopilot means en-route legs can become simply systems management through the dual 10” screens. The backup system is a Mid Continent MD 302 backup module, the same system fitted right up to a Citation X jet! The Garmin Bluetooth Audio system lets you enjoy in-flight connectivity to your devices, and your loved ones can see the ADBS-Out ping from the Garmin GTX345 remote Mode S as you make tracks on any of the flight tracking apps.
The current hours are 388hrs TT, and the 100hr/annual are due at 440hrs or 13th June 2024. The ARC is valid through to 21st March 2024. The aircraft has been Hangared by the current owner and has just had a 50hr check. The white polyurethane paint has a simple decal scheme which could be easily changed or updated to suit preferences or a change of registration. The P Twenty Ten is a corrosion-proofed aircraft from manufacture, with the entire metal structure treated in epoxy primer. The sculpted wings are fibreglass, which adds to the low basic empty weight of the aircraft of 778kg. MTOW is 1160kg so this allows for 382kg of fuel, passengers and baggage to be carried. One of the great features of the P2010 is the easy access for passengers in the rear via their own door, and the front seats each have access with a door on each side. The baggage area is generous, and has it’s access door behind the rear passenger door. Cockpit wise the aircraft is as big as a Cessna 182, with just better access.
The aircraft can be demonstrated from Abbeyshrule Airport which is 90 minutes from Dublin International Airport. All the logs are scanned and available to send to any interested buyer. Aircraft can sold with an export Certificate of Airworthiness, if the buyer is from a non EASA country.
Price €395,000 Euro (No VAT - Private Sale)