And while Tecnam developed the twin Rotax powered P2006T a few years ago, its new P2012 Traveller is an even greater departure from the company’s large offering of light, single-engine airplanes. This 11-seat, high-wing twin is equipped with two Lycoming TEO-540-A1A engines, rated at 350-horsepower, which can run on either auto fuel or 100LL. According to Solomon, the expected fuel burn is less than 30 gallons per hour for both engines, with a projected cruise speed of 170 knots at 6,000 feet. Top speed, meanwhile, is targeted at 215 knots. Certification for the Traveller is expected at the end of 2014, with deliveries beginning in 2015.