Piper’s $3 million PA-46-600TP flagship, marketed as the M600, is settling solidly into a niche between Piper’s $2 million M500/Meridian turboprop and $4-5 million rivals such as the TBM 900 series and the Pilatus PC-12NG, according to operators. The M600 is the second least expensive, pressurized single-engine turboprop in production. And while it’s half again more expensive than its M500 sibling, M600 operators say it offers considerable improvements in range and ...


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