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2 months ago

Vulcanair Aircraft Australia

More exciting news on the V1.0
The Australian demonstrator is in production and will arrive later in 2018.

www.facebook.com/156626148044605/posts/649724472068101/Ameravia, the U.S. distributor of Vulcanair aircraft, is very pleased to announce that the first single-engine V1.0 is now flying after arriving from Italy last week. The aircraft will be available for demo flights until Aug. 13th at the Miami Executive airport. Please call 305-338-7979 or 818-307-5607 to schedule your flight. Any aircraft ordered today will be a 2019 model aircraft and will come equipped with a G500 TXi avionics package with a constant speed propeller as standard with a fixed pitch propeller as an option. The 2019 price is $278,000.00.
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More exciting news on the V1.0
The Australian demonstrator is in production and will arrive later in 2018.https://www.facebook.com/156626148044605/posts/649724472068101/Image attachment

4 months ago

Vulcanair Aircraft Australia

A few more pics from Naples courtesy of AOPA test pilot Paul Southwick.

Thanks to the team at Vulcanair for arranging the test flight of the V1.0 for AOPA Australia.

www.facebook.com/189656204498646/posts/1287464431384479/AOPA PILOT AUSTRALIA EDITOR’S TEST FLIGHT OF THE VULCANAIR V1.0

Here are some images of the editor’s flight test of the Vulcanair v1.0 today in a flight from Naples (LIRN) to Pontecagnano (LIRI) and back via the Sorrento VOR. There were turbulent and windy conditions making for a real test of this Italian high wing offering with a 180hp engine and constant speed unit.

The man in the orange is Andrea, the chief test pilot for Vulcanair who was our guide today.

If you are a flight training organisation looking for a well-priced and tough fleet replacement aircraft that can stand up to the demands of an Australian flight school, then this Garmin G500 equipped, IFR certified, four-seater, which just received its CASA approval, may well be worth a close look when the demonstrator (which AOPA PILOT AUSTRALIA saw under construction in the factory) lands in Australia later this year.

For the full report read the Aug-Sep issue of AOPA PILOT AUSTRALIA magazine.

Paul M Southwick
AOPA PILOT AUSTRALIA Editor
paul.southwick@aopa.com.au

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