Partenavia P68 C Aircraft Parts Catalog Manual ( English Language ) Disclaimer: This item is sold for historical and reference Only. These are either ORIGINAL or COPIES of manuals and blueprints used when these aircraft were in active duty, now transferred into electronic format.
A Vulcanair P68 Observer of the (Germany) The Partenavia P.68, now Vulcanair P68, is an Italian six-seat, twin-engined, high-wing monoplane built by and later. Designed by and originally put into production in 1972, it was intended for private or business use but has also seen use as both a training and a transport aircraft. It was originally named the Victoralthough this name was not used for the production aircraft. The P.68 Observer, which was an / development, has a transparent nose for use in police work and observation duties.
Contents. History First flown on 25 May 1970, the prototype P.68 was built at, Italy. It was powered by two 200 hp (149 kW) piston engines.
Production of the P.68 began in 1972 with 14 pre-production aircraft at new facilities in, Italy. These were followed in 1974 by the P.68B with the fuselage lengthened by 6in (15.2 cm) to create more space in the cockpit. It was superseded in 1979 by the P.68C which had a lengthened nose to accommodate a weather radar. A turbocharged version (the P.68C-TC) was available in 1980. The type license was obtained by, which is still producing the P.68C. Spartacus With the help of, development began of a nine-seat turboprop version. The first aircraft, an AP.68TP, first flew in 1978 using turboprops.
Although the prototype had a retractable undercarriage, the production aircraft, named the Spartacus, had a fixed undercarriage. Later, a retractable undercarriage version was built as the Viator. Observer The company modified the P.68 by replacing the nose section with a transparent structure, marketing it as an observation aircraft for law enforcement.
Initially, Observers were simply conversions of existing aircraft, but later, they were entirely new aircraft built by Partenavia. Variants. P.68 – Initial production version, 14 built.
P.68B – P.68 with fuselage lengthened by 6-inches and six-seat interior, 190 built. P. State maths guide of 9th class 2015. 68 Observer – Modified P.68B with fully glazed nose, over 21 built or modified. P.68C – P.68B with longer nose and integral wing fuel tanks, over 114 built. P.68C-TC – P.68C fitted with 200 hp Lycoming TI0-360-C1A6D turbocharged engines. P.68R – P.68B with retractable undercarriage, one built.
P.68T – P.68R with lengthened fuselage, larger tail and Allison 250-B17B turboporops, four built. AP.68TP – First turboprop powered prototype. First flew on 11 September 1978. Original designation P.68 Turbo. AP.68TP-100 – Second turboprop powered prototype. AP.68TP-300 Spartacus – P.68T with fixed undercarriage, over 13 built. AP.68TP-600 Viator – Spartacus with retractable undercarriage, lengthened nose and stretched fuselage, over 6 built.
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AP.68TP-600 A-Viator as above, with airframe and avionics upgrades, demonstrator flying 2009. Spartacus RG – Fitted with a retractable undercarriage. Spartacus -10 – stretched version of the Spartacus RG. Operators Military and government operators. — Operated two P.68C Observers.
Former operator. — 7 P.68 Observer 2s in service since September 2016, order completed in March 2017. (on order). Civil operators. (in use prior to late 2009). Incidents and accidents On July 10, 1978, a P68B registered VH-PNW crashed shortly after take-off from.
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Six people on the ground were killed, and one person injured. Three people on the aircraft were seriously injured. On September 11, 1983, a sales representative was flying a P.68C at an airshow in, performing high-speed, high-G maneuvers in excess of the aircraft’s design parameters.
During one such maneuver, the wings separated from the rest of the aircraft just outboard of the engine nacelles. The fuselage also twisted longitudinally just before the empennage. The pilot was killed on impact with terrain.
On March 2, 2013, a P.68 Observer registered OY-CAG from BioFlight crashed during landing in. The two persons on board were killed.
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