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Vulcanair Four-Seater Now FAA-Certified

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Vulcanair, based in Italy, brought their V1.0 four-seat trainer to EAA AirVenture this summer for its U.S. debut, and said it would be FAA certified by the end of the year — and this week, they made good on that forecast. The airplane, certified in the Utility category, features an all-metal airframe, three doors, and a 180hp Lycoming IO-360 engine paired with a Hartzell constant-speed prop. It sells for about $260,000, while four-seat trainers from Cessna and Piper run in the $350,000 range.

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