Daher-Socata is encouraged by an uptick in orders for its TBM 850 single turboprop, selling out all but one delivery slot this year and building a backlog to 39 aircraft. The company credits the improved results in part to its “Elite” version of the 850, which incorporates a tailored cabin with flexible seating arrangements, and the incorporation of the L-3 Avionics Trilogy ES-2000 electronic standby instrument. The company is on pace to deliver its 324th 850 in September, matching ...

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