Partenavia created the P.68 as a multirole low upkeep and aeromechanically effective twin fit for performing various utility parts.
The ensuing P.68 Victor first flew on May 25 1970 and showed execution like that of airplane in its class, (for example, the Seneca) which had retractable undercarriage, however without the included weight and many-sided quality of retractable rigging. The high wing plan additionally joined an expansive level of glass fiber fortified plastic development in non load bearing zones. Thirteen preproduction P.68as were assembled somewhere around 1971 and 1973 preceding enhanced generation standard P.68bs, with a more drawn out lodge, expanded takeoff weight and updated instrument board, were conveyed from 1974. A retractable undercarriage variation, the P.68r, was trialed in excess of 1976/77 yet did not enter generation.
The P.68c supplanted the B in 1979 and acquainted a more extended nose with house climate radar and more aeronautics, additional fuel, updated lodge inner part and upgraded wheel fairings. The turbocharged TC was presented in 1980 and gimmicks two turbocharged 157kw (210hp) Tio360s. Eyewitness variants of both the P.68b and P.68c have been constructed, these offering an acceptable nose area for helicopterlike perceivability.
A turboprop improvement, the At.68tp300 Spartacus, first flew in 1978, and prompted the bigger Ap.68tp Viator, which is in Italian taxpayer supported organization.
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