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I have just obtained the use of a Tecnam P2004 Bravo to train a large student. (He won't fit in our J120!) .

 

What I need is some information on recommended circuit and approach/landing procedures (speeds, power settings, flap settings, etc.)

 

On climb out it seems to require a much higher nose attitude than I am used to to keep the speed at the 60-65 kts on the checklist I have.

 

It also descends like a streamlined brick with full flap (38 deg).

 

Is anyone who is familiar with the P2004 B willing to share their procedures used for training ab intio students? 076_joystick.gif.1d2ed07889352a966338f6390696faff.gif

 

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Had a bit of time in one a few years back , I noticed if you we're slow on final it came down like a house brick, bang on the numbers it was fine , but get a few knots slow and it was on the back of the drag curve real easy. I'm 6'3" and found the spar a bit annoying to keep looking under, other than that its a nice AC , good performer and nicely built.

 

 

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DWF

 

the Tecnam Bravo operating manual is easy to locate on the web ? ........... and down load

 

if you pm me (I don't know how that is done) I can supply you a copy ?

 

all the speeds are there ................. clean climb out is 68 kts - cruise climb 75 - 80 kts ............. etc

 

I'm not an instructor so I'm not saying any more

 

 

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