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Tecnam P2012 lands on the US Virgin Islands
The P2012 Traveller selection heightens UFly VI's portfolio with an aircraft specifically designed to accomplish its mission in the Caribbean inter-island environment.
The Traveller’s high wing design, single seats with large windows, and cabin comfort are ideal for enjoying the Caribbean scenery during local air tours, while the twin engine configuration enhances mission safety on charter flights.

UFly VI has taken delivery of a Tecnam P2012 Traveller for its Caribbean fleet. The P2012's multi-mission capability exceeds the needs of UFly VI's operations in the Virgin Islands and will provide local air tours as well as charter and on demand flights. The Traveller's high wing design, single seats with large windows and aircraft comfort are ideal for enjoying the Caribbean scenery during local air tours, while the twin engine configuration enhances mission safety on charter flights.

This addition provides customers with cost-effective and diverse configuration options while delivering dual air conditioning, premium interiors, in-seat power, superior legroom and under-seat stowage.

“We are extremely excited to introduce the P2012 Traveller aircraft to the USVI's aviation community," says CEO Matthew Stewart. “It redefines regional air transport with its versatility, spaciousness and outstanding reliability."

“The P2012 Traveller selection heightens UFly VI aircraft portfolio, with an aircraft specifically designed to accomplish its mission in the Caribbean inter-island environment . Whether for a local air tour, a charter mission or employed in one of the Traveller multi-mission capabilities, the twin engine configuration is a must have, and Tecnam is delighted to partner such a solution and to partner with Matthew and the UFly VI team. We definitely share the same passion and vision for what aviation will be in this century," adds Francesco Sferra, Tecnam P2012 and special mission platform sales and business development manager.

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