What type of aircraft does Cape Air fly?

Cessna 402C The workhorse of the Cape Air fleet is the Cessna 402, which serves the majority of the destinations in the Cape Air route network. The 9-passenger 402 allows for increased frequency, meaning robust schedules that let you fly when you want to, not when you have to.

Does Cape Air fly single-pilot?

And looking back, as a Captain most of the flying you do at Cape Air is primarily single-pilot. So you’re running things, you’re doing the radios, you’re flying by hand.

How many aircraft does Cape Air have?


Type Fleet Notes
Cessna 402 70 To be phased out. 9th seat is the unused co-pilot chair.
Eviation Alice To be the first use of an electric aircraft for passengers.
Tecnam P2012 Traveller 33 To replace the Cessna 402
Total 108

Is the Tecnam P2012 pressurized?

Cape Air required single-pilot operations, a modern cockpit, an unpressurised cabin and a metal airframe. The high wing enhances visibility during landing, the fixed landing gear is suitable for rough landing strips. The removable panels for underfloor access simplify maintenance and operations.

Is Cessna 402 pressurized?

Cessna 402 Businessliner All seats are easily removable so that the aircraft can be used in an all-cargo configuration. The Cessna 402 is not pressurized, nor were they particularly fast for the installed horsepower. Instead, Cessna intended them to be inexpensive to purchase and operate.

What does a Tecnam p2012 cost?

$2.6 million
This Italian piston twin makes a surprising alternative to a turboprop.

Price as Equipped $2.6 million 2,491 lb.
Engines Lycoming TEO-540-C1A, 375 hp 3,073 lb.
Propellers MT-Propeller, 4-Blade 198 gal.
Seats 11 23,000 ft.
Length 38.6 FT. 1,250 fpm

How much does a Tecnam P2010 cost?

about $412,000
During a livestream video announcing the new model May 27, Tecnam Managing Director Giovanni Pascale Langer said flight schools are the high-wing, three-door aircraft’s target market. However, the P2010 TDI’s price of about $412,000 (375,000 euros) could be steep for them to pay.