Piper Aircraft’s new M600 combines the proven M500 Meridian fuselage, a clean-sheet wing with 600+ lb. more fuel capacity and an uprated Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A engine with 16% more power to become the firm’s best-ever performing single-engine turboprop. The M600, for instance, can fly a 200-lb. pilot, two 200 lb. passengers and 58 lb. of extra baggage more than 1,480 nm at long-range cruise and land with 100-nm NBAA IFR reserves. The M500, by contrast, can fly the same ...

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