Speaking of high wing props --

https://www.tecnam.com/us/aircraft/p2012-traveller/Cape Air is switching to these since Cessna didn't want to play along and give them anything non-turbo.

I've been in and out of the game for literally a decade now (Thanks Sami!) -- has there been any talk of adding different types of fuel for these smaller av-gas props?

Crew: 1/2 pilots

Capacity: 9 passengers

Payload: 1130 kg (2491 lb)

Length: 11.8 m (38.6 ft)

Wingspan: 14.0 m (45.93 ft)

Height: 4.4 m (14.4 ft)

Wing area: 25.4 m² (273.7 ft²)

Empty weight: 2250 kg (4960 lb)

Max. takeoff weight: 3600 kg (7937 lb)

Fuel capacity: 800 l (212 USgal)

Powerplant: 2 × Lycoming TEO540C1A horizontally-opposed, turbocharged, six-cylinder, direct-drive air-cooled piston engines, 375 hp () each

Propellers: MT-Propeller propeller

Performance

Cruise speed: 190 kts (352 km/h)

Stall speed: 60 kts (111 km/h)

Range: 907 nm (1,680 km)

Rate of climb: 1500 ft/min (7.6 m/s) Single engine: 300 ft/min (1.5 m/s)

Wing loading: 142 kg/m² (29 lb/ft²)

Fuel consumption: 30 US gal/h (114 l/h) at 150 kn (278 km/h) [5 nmi/gal; 2.4 km/l] to 47.6 US gal/h (180 l/h) at 180 kn (333 km/h) [3.78 nmi/gal; 1.9 km/l][9]

Power/mass: 4.8 kg/hp ()

Takeoff: 600 m (1,969 ft)

Landing: 500 m (1,640 ft)