Italian firm unveils new 4-place light single

04/17/2014 | AOPA Online · Flying online

Italy's Vulcanair recently unveiled plans for the V1.0, a four-place light single aircraft. The design shows a high-wing aircraft that will feature a Lycoming IO-360 engine and Garmin glass avionics. The aircraft is already certified in Europe; Vulcanair hopes to gain Federal Aviation Administration certification to sell it also in the U.S.

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