Daher TBM 930: price, specs, range, interior, & cockpit. TBM 930 is a singular turboprop engine jet plane, designed and manufactured by Daher. This jet plane was launched in Tarbes, France, in April 2016 and was first shown at the International Sun-Fun Fun Fly-In Expo at Lakeland Airport, Florida. In the same year the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) gave a certificate of type of airworthiness to TBM 930
Daher TBM 930 Engine
The TBM 930 is powered by a PT6A-66D turboprop engine, produced by Pratt & Whitney (P & W) Canada. Driven by Hartzell’s five-blade constant speed propeller, the engine has a thermodynamic power of 1.825 hp, and a nominal power of 850shp. The capacity of fuel that can be used from the aircraft is 1,100 l.
The TBM 930 can travel at a speed of 467 km/ h in remote settings, while the maximum cruising speed is 611 km/ h at an altitude of 28,000 feet. The maximum distance of the aircraft is 3,304 km at cruising speeds of 467 km/ h This aircraft has a certified ceiling of 9,449 m, which can rise in 18 minutes and 45 seconds.
Daher TBM 930 Specs
TBM 930 is an enhanced version of the TBM 900 jet plane, which was introduced in March 2014. The external dimensions of the aircraft are 10.73 m long, 4.35 m high, and a wingspan of 12.83 m. The wheelbase is 2.91 m and the tailplane range is 4.98 m. The aircraft is equipped with pilot access doors, large access doors with retractable ladders, and emergency and maintenance doors providing access.
The TBM 930 aircraft was built using various aluminum and steel alloys, as well as titanium and sophisticated composite materials. It is also equipped with new anti-corrosion, soundproof, thermal insulation and gear door security treatments. The aircraft has an empty weight of 2,097 kg, a maximum takeoff weight of 3,354 kg, and a maximum payload capacity of 636kg. 726m runway distance is required, and the landing distance is 741m.
With the aim of improving aerodynamics and reducing resistance, the aircraft has 2-foot wings, which are affixed to the aileron. Winglets help improve handling at low speeds and high attack angles.
The jet has a tail cone that has been restructured and has additional light at the tail end. It is equipped with a retractable landing gear with electro-hydraulic actuation.
Daher TBM 930 Cockpit and Avionics
The TBM 930 cockpit features a reconfigured Garmin G3000 touch screen glass, and has enhanced interior decoration, along with the new bespoke e-co-pilot safety system.
Avionics TBM 930 aircraft include dual flight controls, control wheels with seven integrated functions, autopilot, electric pitch trim and steering trim, center console including singular lever power control, adjustable steering pedal, landing gear handle, two-wheel brake and parking brake. Automatic environment and pressure control systems, alternative static source control, and alternative ram air source control are also provided.
Daher TBM 930 Cabin and Interior
The spacious cabin of the TBM 930 can accommodate six passengers. The cabin dimensions are 4.05 m long, 1.21 m wide, 1.22 m high, and 3.5 m3 volume. The interior of the cabin includes easily stretched seats with leather armrests. And also along with storage cabinet configuration, and luggage space.
Daher TBM 930 Price
The latest TBM 930 price is US $ 4.3 Million.