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The TBM 900 airframe design employs several fail-safe structural design techniques, including the use of multiple load paths and a crack-stopper band to maximize subsystem reliability/durability and structural life. The TBM 900 aircraft is essentially identical to that of the TBM 850 and 700 models.
Airframe designers carefully chose a variety of aluminum alloys, high strength steel (including titanium). However TBM 900 uses more advanced composite materials such as carbon fiber for its new items (winglets, new cowlings, etc.) to maximize structural strength and durability while minimizing aircraft weight and both acquisition and life-cycle support costs.
The TBM 900 offers the most elegant and luxurious environment, as you would expect from the best European design and craftsmanship.
Get a feeling of your new aircraft. Discover the well-designed cockpit as you walk through or from the refined cabin. Walk around the TBM 900 and learn more about the ultimate aircraft as you open the virtual hotspots.
As has been the case with every new introduction to the TBM family, the latest, the TBM 900, is the best yet by a long shot. The TBM 900 can be chartered for $500 per hour and up.
The gorgeous lines, the speed, the tech refinements and the improved performance across the board combine with all the strengths of a well-proven product to make the TBM 900 a tremendous success.
When French company Socata launched the single-engine turboprop TBM 700 with Mooney in 1989, many observers wondered if the airplane would ever be anything more than an aerial oddity.
That’s before people began to operate it and realized the many benefits of having a single Pratt & Whitney PT6 up front. That first TBM was long on range and speed — around 290 knots at high cruise — and miserly on operating costs.
That formula hasn’t changed in the past 25 years, but the TBM has, going through as many as nine iterations (depending on how one counts the model changes) and improving with every one.
Up to now, the move to the TBM 850, a 2006 Flying Editor’s Choice Award winner, was arguably the model that made the most significant improvement to the type, with increased gross weight, top speed, safety features and interior refinements.
It's got its Garmin G1000 panel and was happy that we saw a high-cruise airspeed of around 315 knots at 28,000 feet. That’s fast for a single. Heck, it’s fast for just about any turboprop.
It’s a family or emergency affair. Then again, smaller airplanes, even transportation airplanes, are often compromised in this regard.
More dramatic are those improvements associated with performance. The 900 is faster, it’s more fuel efficient, it climbs better, it uses less runway both coming and going
A 325-kt cruise speed may seem slow by light jet standards, but it’s pretty impressive when the aircraft you’re flying only is burning 400 lb. per hour.
Daher-Socata’s TBM 900, the latest iteration of the TBM 700, is at least 14 kt faster than TBM 850, based on our flying both aircraft back-to-back.
It also needs less runway and climbs faster, plus it uses less fuel and is quieter both inside and outside.
On close inspection, it’s apparent that dozens of subtle drag-reducing mods were made to TBM 900, including adding inner main landing gear doors, recontouring the tail cone and reshaping the engine nacelle.
A small, sharp strake, ahead and below of the left wing leading edge, helps tame the entertaining, if not colorful, stall characteristics of earlier TBM models.
With its greater speed, TBM900 more effectively competes against light jets. It’s actually faster on a 600-nm mission and it burns 26% less fuel than the Cessna Citation Mustang, according to B&CA’s May 2014 Purchase Planning Handbook.
The cabin is nice too. It’s a standard club cabin, but Daher-Socata offers it in an easily convertible form as well. You can add a potty chair, but privacy is not ideal.I
Unlike light jets, TBM900 offers full-tanks and full-seats loading flexibility. It can fly between Geneva and Moscow; Athens and Le Bourget; or Shannon, Ireland, and Helsinki.
Flying the 900 really is noticeably better than flying the 850, and some of the 900’s enhancements come with the benefit of improved safety and utility.
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