Airplane-Specific Ground School

Tecnam P2006T

Confidently operate the Tecnam P2006T light-twin. Improved systems schematics, an organized limitations section, a classroom forum & more!

Course Overview

I. History & Overview

Learn about the background of the Tecnam P2006T, how it differs from more common light twins, and the basic design principles.

II. Systems

Super-simple explainations of the major systems of the P2006T with overhauled and simplified visual schematics of the electrical, hydraulic, and engine systems. The manufacturer POH is rather lackluster, but we’ve spent a lot of time improving and clarifying their content to make it more useful to pilots!

III. Performance

Understand how to read Tecnam performance charts, which differ somewhat from U.S. standard systems used by Beechcraft, Cessna, and Piper.

IV. Maneuvers

Walk through common manuevers including pre-flight, takeoffs, landings, steep turns, multi-engine performance maneuvers, and emergency procedures.

What’s Included?

We focus on practical learning, clarity, and emphasizing the key material that keeps you safe.

  • Improved engine, electrical, and hydraulic schematics
  • Step-by-step performance calculations
  • Virtual blackboard lectures from a top-notch MEI
  • Recommended study/flashcard questions
  • A classroom forum with other P2006T pilots
  • Direct message access to course instructors

Course Instructor

Meet Your Instructor

Andrew Moon

Andrew is a Part 135 Chief Pilot whose wide-ranging multi-engine experience includes the Tecnam P2006T, Piper Seminole, Cessna 310 and 414, Piper Navajo, Beechcraft Baron and KingAir, Cessna Citation, and Embraer Phenom.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does the Tecnam Course cover all content in the Multi-Engine course?

No! But we do package the Tecnam and Multi-Engine courses for folks looking to earn their multi-engine add-on in the P2006T. The Tecnam course is very Tecnam-specific, while the Multi-Engine course is more focused on general multi-engine operating principles and practical test preparation.

How long should I plan to study?

This is a bit dependent on the individual, but plan on 10 hours of solid study to understand the systems and rehearse the operating procedures.

Can’t I just buy a copy of the POH and study with that?

Absolutely. But the P2006T ground school offers a few advantages over just studying the POH: we offer improved systems diagrams, performance practice problems, focus on differences training, and the ability to study with classmates!

What systems have revised schematics?

We tend to add more as we go, but for now the electrical, retractable gear, engine, and fuel systems have improved, high-resolution, full-color functional schematics!