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World latest high-tech twin comes to Australia - Hallmarc Aviation as exclusive Eastern Australian distributor for P2012

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Dana Ermolenko
Country: Australia Aircraft: Airplanes

Tecnam has appointed Hallmarc Aviation as the exclusive Eastern Australian distributor of the Italian made P2012 Traveller aircraft. Hallmarc Aviation will be the exclusive Australian sales agents for the Tecnam P2012 Traveller and SMP model aircraft in the Eastern territory. The P2012 is the first clean sheet design aircraft in its class in decades and it will prove to be an excellent upgrade for commercial operators, charter, medevac and special mission customers across the country.  With a P2012 demonstrator arriving mid-year 2022 Hallmarc will be announcing a national tour shortly culminating in a Tecnam display at the Avalon International Airshow in March 2023.

P2012 Traveller

The P2012 is available in five configurations. Fully interchangeable, the 11-seat, twin-engine, fixed gear, unpressurised Tecnam can quickly and easily be converted from a 9-passenger carrier into a special-purpose aircraft…and back again. The aircraft was developed by the Tecnam research and design team, led by the renowned and award-winning expert, Professor Luigi Pascale, to meet the latest market needs, with unique Italian style and reliability.

  • EASA/FAA certified 
  • 2+9 passengers single seat cabin accommodation.
  • Two LYCOMING six cylinder, turbocharged, electronically controlled, piston engines.
  • Certified Single Pilot VFR/IFR
  • Certified all-weather and certified PBN.
  • No type rating issue/renewal required


Walter Da Costa, Chief Sales Officer for Tecnam, commented: “We are most impressed with the deep market knowledge, well established industry contacts, and professionalism of the Hallmarc Aviation team headed by Mr. Michael Loccisano.  We are delighted that Hallmarc has purchased a P2012 demonstrator, and we confident that our P2012 will meet operators needs in Australia.”

“We are seeing big demand for the P2012 from existing charter operators wanting to replace an ever-aging fleet of legacy twins, as well as survey, photography and LiDar companies looking for a new, efficient, and economical special mission planform,” says Michael Loccisano, Managing Director of Hallmarc. 

Says Da Costa “For the same reason that sales of the Traveller have taken off in the USA, Europe, and Asia, we expect that the P2012 to sell very well in Australia, where it is perfectly suited to the conditions. There really is no other aircraft on the market today that offers anything like what the Traveller does, for anywhere near the same price.”

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