Daher recently introduced the latest version of its upgraded six-passenger TBM 940 single-engine turboprop, which succeeds the TBM 930. Upgrades include an auto-throttle, automatic deicing system, additional thermal insulation for the sidewalls, redesigned seats, a 150-volt electric power sockets, USB ports and a new central shelf with side storage. The aircraft was on display at the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition, held in Geneva in late May. “TBM 940 ...

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