Piaggio P.166M

Piaggio P.166M

CountryItaly
TypeUtility aircraft
First flight26 November 1957
Built154

The Piaggio P.166 is an Italian twin-engine pusher-type utility aircraft developed by Piaggio Aero. The aircraft model name was Portofino, and is also known as Albatross in South African military service.

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The Piaggio P.166M is a variant of the Piaggio P.166, an Italian twin-engine pusher-type utility aircraft developed by Piaggio Aero in the 1950s. The P.166M was a military version of the P.166A, with a reinforced cabin and a capacity for two pilots and six to eight passengers. The Italian Air Force ordered 49 P.166Ms for light transport and liaison duties, making it the largest customer of the P.166 series.
The P.166M had a high wing and two Lycoming GSO-480-B1C6 engines with propellers mounted at the rear of the engine nacelles, which improved cabin comfort and ground clearance. The aircraft had a distinctive nose shape and a retractable tricycle landing gear. The P.166M could reach a maximum speed of 400 km/h and had a range of 2,130 km.

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