Two TBM pilots and owners, Dierk Reuter and Phil Bozek, have set a world speed record between New York and Paris in a TBM 930 turboprop. They crossed the Atlantic Ocean in 8 hr., 38 min., taking off from Westchester County Airport near New York City and landing at Le Bourget Airport near Paris. The aircraft beat the previous record in the C1e category, turboprop aircraft with a maximum takeoff weight under 13,200 lb. The previous record was set in 1985 by Chuck Yeager on a twin-engine ...

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