|Will OConnor, 29.01.2015|
There is a Piaggio Royal Gull at the Vintage Flying Museum in Fort Worth, Texas that is slowly being restored to fly. We are still looking for hubs and some other little things.
|Professor Taimor Nawaz MD, 08.09.2012|
Flew on many occasions with my father on P136 LI and subsequently in P 136 L2 owned by the East Pakistan Government. My father flew these aircrafts over few thousand hours all over East Pakistan/Bangladesh with extensive operation on water.
It did not quite have the performance of G44 A widgeon with GO 480 engines.
Approx 3 years ago, saw a P-136, canadian registered being repaired at Norland Air Services, monck Rd, Norland< Ontarioi.
Went back a few days later with camera and plane was gone--maybe someone at air service could give u name of owner or whereabouts of plane.
anyone know where I can find a 3-view of this plane? I would love to build an rc model of it!
|C. Donald Albin, 14.08.2008|
Go to the web site www.p-136.com and see a beautiful example of one that is still flying today.
The P.136 in the picture is the earlier P.136F model which preceeded the squared-off fin 136L's.
|kostas nicolopoulos, 23.09.2007|
Piaggio P.136L-2 with serial 246 and registered in Greece as SX-BDC has been owned by Olympic from 1967 till 22-1-1973 when it crashed at Hellinikon airport killing Alexander Onassis. photo here: http://koti.welho.com/msolanak/vint_piaggio.html
is it the prototype??, different fin and rudder to production models,, any other photos?
|Thomas F. Saal, 20.02.2007|
Is the P.136 the same type in which Alexander Onassis was fatally injured?
|Carlo Tripodi, 08.01.2007|
Do you have info about the use of this aircraft on the route Napoli-Capri? Thank you, Carlo Tripodi