SINGLE-ENGINE turboprops

daher

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42'1"

Wingspan

1 Pilot

Crew

Up to 6

Passengers

1730 NM

Range

2380'

Take Off

PC: Tbm.aero

PC: Honda Aircraft Co

Models                  940                      

MFR Range:    2019-Present          

Price Range:     $4M-$5M          

In Operation:          45                    

US/Foreign:          43/2                

Charter:                    1                        

The TBM 940 was announced March 8, 2019. It features an autothrottle to reduce pilot workload and protect the engine. The cockpit features a Garmin G3000 avionics suite with high-resolution displays and touchscreen controllers. Passengers of the aircraft will enjoy heated seats and multiple seating configurations. New winglets help to significantly reduce drag on the aircraft. 

4'0"

4'1"

PC: Aviation International News

1 Pilot

Crew

42'1"

Wingspan

Up to 6

Passengers

1585 NM

Range

1730 (930)

2380'

Take Off

PC: Tbm.aero

Models                  910               930                  

MFR Range:    2017-2019      2015-2019    

Price Range:   $3M-$4M       $3M-$4M   

In Operation:         45                  130 

US/Foreign:         32/13              111/19 

Charter:                  0                      1  

The TBM 910 carries over the legacy of their successful TBM 900 model while adding some additional performance. It can slip into a short 2,100' strip and has a maximum cruising speed of 330 kits. It also features a luxurious cabin to carry six adults. Improving upon the TBM 910, Daher offers the TBM 930 which includes a Garmin G300 0 touchscreen panel with aural alerts for the pilot.   

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4'0"

4'1"

PC: Avex, Inc

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42'1"

Wingspan

1 Pilot

Crew

2380'

Take Off

Up to 6

Passengers

1474 NM

Range

PC: Tbm.aero

Models                900                                 

MFR Range:    2014-2016          

Price Range:   $2M-$3M       

In Operation:         110                   

US/Foreign:         94/16               

Charter:                  4                        

The TBM 900 gives owners and pilots the advantage of the typical cruising speed of light jets (330 kts), with the economical direct operating cost of a single-engine turboprop. It can fly 130nm further than the TBM 850 using the same amount of fuel. 

3'11"

4'0"

PC: AeroAvion

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41'6"

Wingspan

1 Pilot

Crew

Up to 6

Passengers

1364 NM

Range

2840'

Take Off

PC: Unknown

Models             850/ELITE                                 

MFR Range:    2006-2013          

Price Range:   $1M-$2M       

In Operation:         325                   

US/Foreign:        264/61               

Charter:                  16                        

The TBM 850 was introduced with a Garmin G1000 integrated all-glass flight deck. The aircraft's cabin interior has also bee entirely redesigned to offer more space and comfort yet increasing the TBM 850's useful load by 110 pounds. In 2013, TBM 850 ELITE was introduced (SN 610 and higher) including further cockpit enhancements and different seating configurations. 

3'11"

4'0"

PC: Aeroclassifieds

1550 NM

Range

967 (B)

1 Pilot

Crew

Up to 6

Passengers

1378'

Take Off

41'6"

Wingspan

PC: Wetzel Aviation

Models                700A              700B                                

MFR Range:    1990-2000    1999-2002

Price Range:   $700K-$1M     $900K-$1M

In Operation:         102                 81

US/Foreign:        62/40             70/11

Charter:                  4                     2   

The TBM 700 is a high performance single-engine turboprop with a 4-blade prop. It is equipped with Bendix/King Silver Crown avionics. It is a direct competitor to the Pilatus PC-12. It is a bit smaller, but it boasts a faster cruise speed and retains multi-mission capability. The 700B model replaced the narrow clamshell door with a larger cargo-style door.

4'0"

4'0"

PC: Mark Ulm

epic

43'0"

Wingspan

1650 NM

Range

1 Pilot

Crew

Up to 6

Passengers

1654'

Take Off

PC: Jean Marie Urlacher

Models                 E1000                             

MFR Range:    2015-Present   

Price Range:         $3M's       

In Operation:           5                 

US/Foreign:            5/0           

Charter:                    0                       

The Epic E1000 is a single-engine turboprop light aircraft manufactured by Epic Aircraft of Bend, Oregon. A development of the kit-built Epic LT, the E1000 features a cantilever low-wing, a 6.6 psi pressurized cabin with an airstair door, retractable landing gear, a single Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6-67A turboprop engine and is predominantly made from carbon fiber. 

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4'5"

4'5"

PC: AeroClassifieds

pilatus

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2600'

Take Off

1 Pilot

Crew

Up to 8

Passengers

9 (NGX)

1845 NM

Range

1866 (NGX)

53'3"

Wingspan

PC: Pilatus

Models                  NG                NGX                          

MFR Range:    2008-Present    1999-2002

Price Range:   $2M-$5M          $900K-$1M

In Operation:        921               81

US/Foreign:       527/394        70/11

Charter:                 194                  2   

The Pilatus PC-12NG (Next Generation) aka PC-12/47E features a Pratt & Whitney PT6A-67P engine with a high-lift wing for exceptional short-field performance. It also features a large aft cabin door for easier loading. Retractable trailing-link landing gear makes it capable of landing on grass and unimproved field operations. Honeywell Primus Apex avionics are standard. The NGX features a new PT6E-67XP engine w/ electronic prop and engine control.

5'0"

4'8"

PC: Pilatus

1 Pilot

Crew

53'3"

Wingspan

Up to 7

Passengers

2300'

Take Off

2650 (47)

1416 NM

Range

1582 (47)

PC: Unknown

Models                   45                47                          

MFR Range:    1991-2005     2005-2009

Price Range:   $1M-$2M        $2M-$4M

In Operation:        553               196

US/Foreign:      416/137         140/56

Charter:                158                 57

The Pilatus PC-12 is a high-powered single-engine turboprop that is equipped with both a forward passenger door and an aft cargo door. It is available in several configurations including: 6 passenger executive, 9 passenger standard or commuter, cargo, etc. Honeywell Avionics are standard. The PC-12/47 was produced beginning in 2007. It is powered by a Pratt & Whitney PT6A-67B turboprop engine mated to a four-bladed, constant speed propeller. 

5'0"

4'10"

PC: Biz Jet Photos, Inc.

PIPER

1406 NM

Range

1658 (SLS)

1 Pilot

Crew

Up to 5

Passengers

2635'

Take Off

43'2"

Wingspan

PC: Piper

Models                 M600          M600SLS 

MFR Range:    2014-2019     2019-Present

Price Range:      $2M's               $3M's

In Operation:        96                    33

US/Foreign:        79/17                28/5

Charter:                  3                      1

The Piper M600 leads the new M-class series of airplanes, all based on the original PA-46 Malibu. While using the same fuselage as the other PA-46's, the M600 incorporates an all-new wing that allows for an additional 90 gallons of fuel, extending the range. The Max gross weight is increased to 6,000 pounds, 900 more than the M500. The M600 SLS improves upon these upgrades by including the first ever complete autoland capability from a production plane. 

4'1"

3'11"

PC: Jim Barrett

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1326 NM

Range

1 Pilot

Crew

Up to 5

Passengers

2438'

Take Off

43'0"

Wingspan

PC: Piper

Models                 M500          

MFR Range:    2014-2020     

Price Range:    $1M-$2M          

In Operation:        90                    

US/Foreign:        56/34             

Charter:                 2                      

The Piper M500 is fourth in the Piper line of PA-46 pressurized cabin-class, single-engine models and second among those having a Pratt & Whitney PT6A turboprop motor. In 2015, Piper rebranded the PA-46 model line to the "M" Class. The Meridian model was then reintroduced as the M500. The M500 features a Garmin G1000 NXi avionics suite and improved airstair door. 

4'1"

3'9"

PC: Aeroclassifieds

1091 NM

Range

1 Pilot

Crew

Up to 6

Passengers

43'0"

Wingspan

2438'

Take Off

PC: PlaneSmart

Models               Meridian     

MFR Range:      1999-2014

Price Range:    $500K-$1M          

In Operation:        543                

US/Foreign:        413/130       

Charter:                  16                   

The Piper Meridian was one of the most technologically advanced single-engine turboprops on the market. It had built-in features designed to minimize pilot workload and maximize flying enjoyment. It's gross weight increase mod is the result of adding vortex generators and re-certifying the stall speed. 

4'1"

4'0"

PC: AeroClassifieds

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