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The Partenavia P.68 is a light six seat, high wing aircraft with fixed tricycle landing gear, powered by two 200 hp Lycoming IO-360 engines. The first model was designed and built by Italy-based Partenavia. It made its first flight on 25 May, 1970 at Naples and its type certification was granted by the Italian Civil Aviation Authority on 17 November, 1971. This was transferred to Vulcanair in 1998. The unpressurised aircraft can operate from short, unprepared airstrips.
A prototype of a stretched version made its first flight in 1978. The nine seater, fixed gear AP68TP-300 Spartacus is powered by two 328 hp Allison 250-B17C turboprops and was certified on 10 December, 1983.
The 11 seater AP68TP-600 A-Viator has retractable gear and was certified on 16 October, 1986.
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