Cape Air To Change Fleet With New Planes

Cape Air presented their new Tecnam P2012 Traveller planes to the general public at the Sidney-Richland Municipal Airport on April 7. The new planes will swap the airline’s existing fleet of Cessna 402s. The initially commercial flight from the Sidney Airport took place April 9. The enterprise presently has a few of the new planes in company in Montana with two more coming into service this week. At some point all eight planes in the Montana fleet will be changed with the new Tecnam P2012 Traveller. The more mature Cessna 402s will keep on being on hand as backups earning Cape Air’s company even additional trusted in the long run.

The Tecnam P2012 Traveller is an eleven-seat aircraft created and created by the Italian company Costruzioni Aeronautiche Tecnam, primarily based in Capua, Italy, around Naples. The new planes will make home for an supplemental seat on each and every flight and will raise the cabin capability by 30%. The substantial wing style will make sure a good perspective from just about every seat. Other new options involve Italian leather seats, overhead lighting, under seat storage, USB charging ports and cup holders. The enhanced cabin ability will also supply further head & leg room in comparison to the Cessna 402.

Cape Air, the nation’s premier commuter airline, commenced serving eastern Montana Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, getting in excess of the service supplied by Huge Sky Airways. From its hub in Billings, Cape Air operates everyday, year-spherical flights to 5 regional communities. There are at the moment five each day spherical journey flights to and from the Sidney Airport to Billings. Reservations can be made by traveling to capeair.com or by contacting 800-CAPE-AIR.