Daher-Socata, which last month formally unveiled the TBM 850 follow-on, the TBM 900, amassed more than 40 orders for the aircraft by the end of March and has handed over the first six to customers. The TBM 900 made its public debut during last week’s Sun ’n Fun Fly-In in Lakeland, Fla., part of the beginning of a road show for the airplane. “With its large public attendance, Sun n’ Fun offers us the opportunity to share the fruit of three years of intensive work in ...
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