The P2006T is an ultra-modern, new generation twin engine piston aircraft which boasts a number of advantages over its direct competitors such as better performance, greater cabin comfort, and a higher service ceiling. The aircraft has a typical cruise speed of 145 knots at 75% power, a sea level rate of climb of 1260 feet per minute and a service ceiling of 15,000 feet! Measuring 3.35 metres in length by 1.22 metres in width, the large cabin allows for superior comfort for passengers and crew alike. Added to this is a pleasantly low ambient noise in the cabin, making it possible to hold a conversation without even requiring a headset! The P2006T’s stylish looks will definitely attract a lot of attention at Park 1. Particularly special features include the up-turned, swept back winglets which drastically improve slow speed handling, and the trailing-link main undercarriage which is as robust as it is good looking.
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