Friedrichshafen, Germany – 04 April 2017 – Lycoming Engines, an operating division of Avco Corporation, announces their 2017 AERO Friedrichshafen activities. Visit the Lycoming booth in Hall A3-115 to view our engines and talk to members of the Lycoming team.
AERO Friedrichshafen Forum:
Join Michael Kraft, Lycoming Engines Senior Vice President and General Manager, for an update on piston engine technology and unleaded fuels. During this presentation Kraft will discuss advancements in piston engine technology and provide an update on the transition to unleaded fuels solutions.
Piston Technology and Fuels Forum
6 April 2017
Foyer East, Vienna Room
iE2 Engine Powers TECNAM’s P2012 Traveller:
Lycoming’s iE2 engine powers TECNAM’s P2012 Traveller. The P2012 Traveller will be on display during AERO Friedrichshafen at TECNAM’s booth in Hall A4-319.
“We are very proud to be part of the TECNAM P2012 Traveller project with the 375HP TEO-540-C1A. And we are excited that AERO attendees will be able to see the very first Traveller and it’s iE2 engines up close and in real life,” stated Michael Kraft.
Visit the Lycoming booth in hall A3-115 to learn more about the iE2 engine and its service tool that enables aircraft maintainers to easily analyze data from the engine.
Lycoming Engines specializes in engineering, manufacture, service and support of piston aircraft engines. With a factory in Williamsport, Pennsylvania, Lycoming piston engines power more than half of the world's general aviation fleet – both rotary-wing and fixed-wing and also provides engines for military training schools and other specialized applications. Lycoming Engines is an operating division of Avco Corporation. More information is available at www.lycoming.com.
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