Tracing The Single-Engine Turboprop: Novelty Aircraft Become Assets

The high-speed, single-engine turboprop business aircraft that has become a business aviation mainstay during the past three decades ironically has roots in the 1950s-vintage Morane-Saulnier MS.760 Paris jet, built in Tarbes, France. Former Mooney Aircraft owner Alexandre Couvelaire flew the Paris...
Fred George

Fred formerly was senior editor and chief pilot with Business & Commercial Aviation and Aviation Week's chief aircraft evaluation pilot. He has flown left seat in virtually every turbine-powered business jet produced in the past three decades.

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