Universally acclaimed as the most cost-effective airplane for
observation and patrol roles.
Designed to provide an alternate and more economic
solution in a field were the helicopter has until now dominated.
No other aircraft in the light general aviation category offers
the same features:
Six Passenger Capability
Airborne Surveillance Ready
The P68 Series is a proven, effective tool for many homeland security applications:
Helicopter-like visibility through the plexiglas cockpit
Twin engine redundancy for SAFE low altitude flying
Standard provision for camera hatch
Low operating costs
New Garmin Glass Cockpit
Search And Rescue (SAR)
Thanks to its twin engine safe for flying over the water, exceptional range and helicopter-like visibility, the P68 Observer Series has been operated for years in many different countries for fish spotting, more particularly in the tuna fishing greatly improving the fishing efficiency of professional fishing boats by locating fish populated areas. The aircraft is also used to spot illegal fishing and to enforce fishing Licenses and permits in various countries.
Thanks to its twin engine safe for flying over the water, exceptional range and helicopter-like visibility, the P68
Observer Series can be operated for pollution early detection and to coordinate emergency vessels in the interested areas, therefore reducing reaction times and overall operational efficiency.
Derived from the successful Partenavia P68 Series, the Vulcanair P 68 Observer Series is a six seater, twin engine, high wing, fixed landing gear airplane for observation, light transport and air taxi.
The main characteristic of the aircraft is its excellent helicopter-like visibility, obtained by manufacturing the whole front fuselage in plexiglas. This feature enables it to perform patrol and observation roles with high performance and operating costs much lower than those of a helicopter
Extreme structural simplicity, absence of complicated systems, ruggedness, accessibility to servicing points reduce maintenance costs and put the Observer in a position of outstanding advantage with respect to helicopters whenever vertical take-off and landing in the operative area is not necessary.
Government Entities Currently Operating Our Aircraft