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Where to Fly Cape Air’s Tecnam P2012

by Matt Falcus

Cape Air recently became the first scheduled airline to introduce the Tecnam P2012 aircraft.

The eleven seat utility aircraft is aimed at the private market, but Cape Air has embraced it as a replacement for its older Cessna 402 fleet.

Cape Air is a niche operator in the New England part of the USA, flying to smaller regional airports and communities in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York and Vermont.

The airline also operates some services in the Caribbean plus Illinois, Montana, Kentucky and Missouri.

The first Tecnam P2012 aircraft were introduced in December 2019, and are now being rolled out across more of the network. Over the coming months you can expect to fly on them on these routes:

Quincy – Chicago O’Hare (Commenced)
Quincy – St Louis (Commenced)
Marion, IL – Nashville (Starts 4 March)
Marion, IL – St Louis (Starts 4 March)
Nashville – Owensboro (Starts 1 April)
St Louis – Owensboro (Starts 1 April)
Boston – Rutland (8 April)

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