For less than one-quarter of the price of a new single-engine turboprop, you can fly a Mitsubishi MU-2B that will cruise close to 300 KTAS and consume about the same amount of fuel. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries built eight short-body models between 1965 and 1985 under two type certificates. Most desirable are the MU-2-26 “M”, -26A “P” and -40 “Solitaire” because they have the highest MTOWs. The -26A and -40 are certified in accordance with the updated A10SW TC. They can cruise at ...

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