The Tecnam P2002JF is a low wing, single engine airplane equipped with tricycle landing gear. But is not only that. The P2002JF is the plane for flying with a style, enjoying beauty inside and outside.
The Tecnam P2002 is a two seat, low-wing, light aircraft built by Tecnam, constructed from aluminium and powered by a single Rotax 912 S2 engine. The aircraft features a sliding canopy which can be opened in flight.
The P2002JF is a two-seater side by side, low wing aircraft. The P2002 features superlative performance and flying qualities, now confirmed by hundreds of P2002 ultralights, Light Sport and VLA aircraft sold throughout the world and validated in 15 countries other than Europe. The ease of piloting and maintenance makes this aircraft an excellent solution for training in flight schools. It is also an ideal platform for surveillance and as well as, of course, for pure recreational and private use. The option to use 100LL AVGas or unleaded automotive fuel (with up to 10% ethanol content) makes this aircraft even more flexible and cost effective.
The P2002JF encompasses the latest developments of Tecnam aircrafts. The use of advanced software for design, structural and fluid dynamics analysis, and experience in building airplanes with all types of materials results in continuous aircraft improvement. Due to the tapered laminar airfoil and the slotted flaps the P2002JF is an outstanding aircraft, with the perfect mix of aerodynamics, performances and structural efficiency.
Seats are adjustable in flight and increase in height as they are moved forward.
The luggage area allowing for 44 pounds/20 kg of weight is located behind the seats with ample room for several travel bags.
All Tecnam aircraft have dual control sticks with a curve at the base for ease of ingress and egress.
The dual controls come standard with PTT and electric stabilator trim on the stick with a trim indicator on the panel.
The interior is spacious, ergonomic and comfortable.
Dual throttles allow the pilot to fly either left or right handed.
Heat and defrost are standard.
The fresh air vents are conveniently located in the doors.
All Tecnam aircrafts provide excellent forward visibility over the cowling.
The planes come with dual conventional rudder pedals with a steerable nose wheel.
The wide conventional type instrument panel allows placement of a broad range of equipment.