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Thursday, 28 Mar 2013

Tecnam to showcase ‘SNAP’ aerobatic LSA at AERO

AERO 2013 Friedrichshafen will see Tecnam not only launching its all new low-wing Tecnam ‘Astore’ LSA,  but a number of other new Tecnam innovations developments -- including the Tecnam ‘SNAP’ aerobatic LSA.
 
Created by Fabio Russo, Tecnam’s Head of Research and Development, the single seat, low wing, Tecnam ‘SNAP’ is now available as a LSA, ULM or Experimental category aeroplane.
 
Designed as both a fun and sporty plane, pilots of the Tecnam ‘SNAP’ will be able to enjoy an aerobatic aeroplane with a high power to weight ratio (comparable with unlimited aerobatic category airplanes), coupled with relatively low purchasing and operating costs.
 
The Tecnam ‘SNAP’ is specifically designed to enable aspiring aerobatic pilots to enjoy flying a Tecnam aeroplane - the company says it offers incredible performance and is easy to fly for anyone having a basic taildragger experience.

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