TBM 910

Max range 1,730 nm
Max cruise speed 330 kts
Max passengers 6 persons
Max payload 1,400 lbs
Takeoff field length 2,380 ft

Unrivaled performance

When Power, Efficiency and Superior Design exceed your expectations

GARMIN G1000 Nxi

GARMIN G1000 Nxi

GARMIN G1000 NXi
The Garmin G1000 NXi combines high resolution display design with state-of-the art processors. This new hardware provides a faster system boot up and software loading. It enables the system to manage more aviation data and maps, such as visual approach plates, and offer more capabilities such as enhanced situational awareness. It also adds improved wireless cockpit connectivity, allowing aviation database upload using Garmin Flight Stream FS 510. It also gives an “Analog feel” to the pilot through the new keyboard joystick which provides more accurate panning and fluid navigation on the multi-function display pages.
Furthermore the cockpit offers a new layout, a new digital hourmeter, 3 High Power USB Charging Ports (5 VDC/3A) replacing the 12 V power plug

TBM E-COPILOT®

TBM E-COPILOT®

Benefit from the new e-copilot functions to ease your workload with AOA (Angle of attack) indicator, ESP/USP (Enhanced Safety Protection/Under Speed Protection) systems, EDM (Emergency Descent Mode) on your autopilot, and a smart stick shaker to warn you

EXHAUSTS

EXHAUSTS

Our exhaust were redesigned for the TBM 900 and its successor, the TBM 910, for better efficiency resulting which maximizes the airflow through the engine improving high-altitude performance.

HARTZELL 5

HARTZELL 5 Blade Propeller

HARTZELL 5 BLADE PROPELLER AND SPINNER
The 5-blade propeller, which was designed specifically to integrate with the TBM 910s new inlet, produces even more thrust and in combination with other performance enhancements improves the take-off distance, climb and cruise speed of the TBM 900 and its successor, the TBM 910.

P&WC PT6A-66D

P&WC PT6A-66D

The TBM 910 is powered by the Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A engine. Its simple design offers easy maintenance, efficiency and low cost of operation. It is covered by one of the most extensive support networks in the industry. Variants of the PT6A are in use on more than 100 different types of aircraft. Safety proven, from years of regional airliner and commercial aircraft operations with over 43,000 engines in the field (spanning over 400 million flight hours), the PT6A is recognized as one of the most reliable aircraft powerplants ever built. The PT6A-66D model used on the TBM 910 has a thermodynamic rating of 1,825 horsepower and a flat-rated output of 850 shaft horsepower making it the most powerful PT6A built to date

Innovative technology

Flying just got smarter

Me & My TBM

Me & My TBM

Me & My TBM is an innovative smartphone application for TBM aircraft owners and operators. This cloud-based app leverages data automatically collected during every phase of flight, enabling pilots to enhance the TBM’s operating efficiency, ensure they are operating the aircraft to the highest safety standards, and optimize maintenance management.

Automatic De-Icing system

Automatic De-Icing system

Automatic de-icing system features is a new preventive and redundant icing condition detection solution for ultimate protection. With an automatic activation of ice protection systems if the pilot fails to identify icing conditions or accumulation.
Ice protection automatically activating:
* Airframe de-ice
* Propeller de-ice
* Windshield de-ice
* Inertial particle separator
The TBM 910 is the first CS23 turboprop equipped in the world.

TBM E-COPILOT®

TBM E-COPILOT®

Benefit from the new e-copilot functions to ease your workload with AOA (Angle of attack) indicator, ESP/USP (Enhanced Safety Protection/Under Speed Protection) systems, EDM (Emergency Descent Mode) on your autopilot. A smart stick shaker warns you in the event you fly outside the flight envelope.

AOA Sensor

ANGLE OF ATTACK Sensor

An Angle of Attack (AOA) sensor with visualization on the cockpit’s Primary Flight Display electronic instruments secures pilot's maneuvers

ESP/USP

ENHANCED SAFETY PROTECTION / UNDER SPEED PROTECTION

Flight envelope monitoring through the Electronic Stability and Protection (ESP) and the Under-speed Protection (USP) systems, both of which have been added to the autopilot. These electronic monitoring and stability augmentation systems assist the pilot in maintaining the aircraft in a stable flight condition when flight parameters are exceeded

EDM Autopilot

Emergency Descent Mode

Active cabin monitoring engages automatic descent to reach controllable environments for the pilot and its passengers

Pilot Stick Shaker

Pilot Stick Shaker

Gives a direct feedback in the hands of the pilot whenever the TBM attains the limits of its envelope.

4-point harness and Airbag

4-point harness front seats and Airbag

The 4-point harness security belt in addition to the optional airbags provides comfort and maneuverability for Pilot and Co-Pilot in all situation. When triggered, the airbag deploys up and away from the seated occupant, providing protection to the head, neck and torso.

Easy and capable cockpit

cockpit ergonomics

Overhead Panel

Overhead Panel

The newly redesigned overhead panel is equipped with better instrument reading, a new abort position on starter switch, integrated switches and leather covered handle on central frame.

Electronic Standby Instrument

Electronic Standby Instrument

The first solid-state integrated standby system specifically created for General Aviation aircraft and helicopters that provides dependable backup for attitude, airspeed, slip/skid and optional heading information.

MFD display

MFD display

The super large 15-inch multi-function display (MFD) not only integrates all primary flight navigation , weather, traffic, and terrain information but also engine monitoring, aircraft status airport arrival/departure and checklists.

Garmin Electrical System

Garmin Electrical System

The super large 15-inch multi-function display (MFD) not only integrates all primary flight navigation , weather, traffic, and terrain information but also engine monitoring, aircraft status airport arrival/departure and checklists.

Garmin Electrical System

Garmin Electrical System

Enables flight crew to view the electrical system of the aircraft including instruments, battery levels, tension and intensity.

TBM control yoke

TBM control yoke

Design for ease of use, the TBM 910 yoke includes integrated push-buttons features like Control Wheel Steering, ATC Ident, Stormscope and Com frequency swap. The center of the yoke is specifically designed to optionally mount a mini iPad which puts everything at your fingertips.

Garmin (XM) Weather Data Link

Garmin (XM) Weather Data Link

Gives the pilot and co-pilot enhanced on demand satellite weather in the cockpit.

Automatic de-icing system

Automatic de-icing system

The automatic de-icing system features a new preventive and redundant icing condition detection solution for ultimate protection. With this advisory automatic ice protection systems, the pilot is assisted in detecting icing conditions or accumulation.

Pilot door

Pilot door

The pilot door provides easy access to the pilot who can easily board the aircraft.

Landing Gear Control Box

Landing Gear Control Box

The landing gear control system has been redesigned for easy identification of gear status and to ease troubleshooting.

Single Lever Power Control

Single Lever Power Control

A single, ergonomically designed lever controls engine power, propeller and engine condition. In addition, its new electronic power center allows the TBM 910 to start almost twice fast as its predecessors and automatic starter cutoff which reduces pilot workload during the startup sequence.

Pressurization and Environmental Control

Pressurization and Environmental Control

The dual zone pressurization and air conditioning systems utilize engine bleed air to pressurize, heat/cool and defog the cabin and cockpit windows.

Circuit Breaker Panel

Circuit Breaker Panel

Newly redesigned with additional breakers, new lightning and labelling for clearer indentification.

Digital Hour Meter

Digital Hour Meter

The digital hour meter gives you precise indications of the time spent.

USB power outlets

USB power outlets

"Charge any electronic devices with 3 available USB outlets." directly from the dashboard.

Smart Engine Gauge

Smart Engine Gauge

The engine parameters are displayed through a single engine indicator. When reaching the limits, different color codes (green, amber and red) for Torque, ITT and NG help monitor the engine with the most suitable parameter based on the flight condition.

Baro V Nav

Baro V Nav

The Baro-VNAV system allows precision approaches to be flown with vertical guidance (LNAV+V) at airports where Space-Based Augmentation System (SBAS) or Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS) are not available. The vertical guidance is provided by barometric altitude information from the aircraft. The specified vertical path typically is computed between two waypoints, or an angle from a single way point.

Surface Watch

Surface Watch

Surface Watch™ provides aural and visual alerts to help the pilot maintain enhanced situational awareness in the airport environment – including the avoidance of potential risks from wrong runway use.

Visual Approach

Visual Approach

This new feature provides assistance for visual approaches to non-controlled airports based on terrain and the classic 3-degree vertical path. It uses altimeter information from the aircraft's pitot-static system and the air data computer to provide advisory vertical guidance while taking terrain and obstacle clearance into account. The procedure is designed to help pilots fly a stabilized approach. The visual approach can be activated when the aircraft is within five miles of the airport.

Ergonomic yoke

With remote command buttons

Single Lever Power Control

The first single-engine turboprop

TBM E-copilot®

To reduce the pilot’s workload

Grand as your lifestyle

Cabin comfort

Cup Holder

Cup Holder

TBM 940 passengers can now bring their coffee mug thank’s to a new cup holder integrated in the upholstery panel on the left mid-seat side.

Aerial Seats

Aerial Seats

New aerial design for seats, headrest and armrests, that combines comfort and aesthetics. Seats easily recline, and are ingeniously sized with adjustable backrests and folding armrests which allow passengers to relax in hand sculpted comfort.

Cabin lighting

Cabin lighting

Cabin lighting consists of dimmable dome lights, baggage compartment lights, access stair lighting and individual reading lights at all seats.

Quick-change cabin

Quick-change cabin

Several cabinets enable you to optimize the storage space between the intermediate and pilot seats.

Coat Hanger

Coat Hanger

You can easily preserve your seamless garment with a clip in hanger located in the cabin

Heated Seat

Heated Seat

Every seat can now be heated with the heating function. Once the mode is engaged by the pilot via a master control in the cockpit, each occupant can choose whether to utilize the heating – and select either light or moderate heat
settings.

New Amenities

New Amenities

The TBM 940 benefits from new practical amenities with a central shelf for Ipad storage and USB ports bringing to six their total for passengers and three for pilots. A 115V universal plug completes the 14V cigarette lighter socket allowing occupants to use a wide range of electrical appliances in the cabin.

New Cabin entrance

New Cabin entrance

Restyling on the TBM 940 begins with a refined cabin entrance that incorporates a new carbon fiber floor.

Temperature control

Temperature control

Allows passengers to enjoy a comfortable cockpit where the temperature
meets their most cooling comforting needs.

Elite Privacy

Elite Privacy

The aircraft also is configured to accommodate the “Elite Privacy” enclosure – a quick-change option
that integrates a lavatory area in the TBM’s aft fuselage. It serves as a bench-type seat with a low divider wall when not in use during flight, and converts to a fully private toilet compartment at the touch of a button.

Ultimate comfort for globe-trotters

Your journey has never been so easy

NEW INTERIOR HARMONIES

NEW INTERIOR HARMONIES

From a choice of most praised sets of distinguished tones and noble materials, you can personalize your cabin interior and fine tune to your taste with our available customizable options

FLEXIBILITY COUNTS ON JOURNEYS

FLEXIBILITY COUNTS ON JOURNEYS

The Daher TBM cabin gives SUV-type flexibility while providing sports-car style performance. In just a few minutes, the rear seats can be removed and the cabin converted into a four-seat forward facing configuration with an unrestricted baggage area capable of holding over 500 lb. (230 kg) of cargo: such as business equipment, skis, golf clubs, bikes, etc.

Elite Privacy

Elite Privacy

Elite Privacy compartment option comes for your convenience. This comfort unit is easily installable and maintainable to plan on longer trips. It replaces the two rear seats on a quick change mode . A separator electrically deploys to preserve your privacy.

Heated Seats

Heated Seats

Every seat can now be heated with the heating function. Once the mode is engaged by the pilot via a master control in the cockpit, each occupant can
choose whether to utilize the heating – and select either light or moderate heat
settings.

PERSONALIZE YOUR TBM

PERSONALIZE YOUR TBM

Personalize your cabin to your taste with refined selected materials that outline the TBM is of quality

MULTIPLE CABIN OPTIONS

MULTIPLE CABIN OPTIONS

Storage options and modularity become available to keep your cabin environment clear, free and tidy.

Advanced Aerodynamics

Advanced Aerodynamics enhance efficiency, range and speed

Airframe design

Airframe design

The TBM 910 airframe design employs several fail-safe structural design techniques, including the use of multiple load paths and a crack-stopper band to maximize subsystem reliability/durability and structural life. The TBM 910 aircraft is essentially identical to that of the TBM 850 and 700 models. Airframe designers carefully chose a variety of aluminum alloys, high strength steel (including titanium). However TBM 910 uses more advanced composite materials such as carbon fiber for its new items (winglets, new cowlings, etc.) to maximize structural strength and durability while minimizing aircraft weight and both acquisition and life-cycle support costs.

Winglets

Winglets

The 2-foot high winglets will immediately become the signature of the TBM 910. Coupled with aerodynamic improvements to the ailerons, vertical stabilizer and new inner gear doors, these winglets significantly reduce drag while improving handling at low speeds and high angles of attack.

Tail cone & light

Tail cone & light

The TBM 910 tail cone has been restructured making it more streamlined reducing drag and improving airframe efficiency. To improve visibility at night, we added an additional light at the tip of the tail of the aircraft. This gives improved lighting around the TBM 910 to enhance visibility of the TBM 910 by other aircraft in low-light conditions.

Gear doors

Gear doors

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis of the airflow over the previous TBM airframe revealed a significant amount of turbulence in the area of the gear doors. As a result we’ve added an inner gear door to the TBM 910, which reduced turbulence and improves its aerodynamic efficiency.

TBM 910 technical details

Specifications

Powerplant P&W canada PT6A-66D turboprop
  • Thermodynamic power
    1825 hp.
  • Nominal power
    850 shp.
  • Usable fuel capacity
    291 US gal.
    1,100 liters
EXTERNAL DIMENSIONS
  • Wingspan
    42.10 ft.
    12.833 m.
  • Height
    14.29 ft.
    4.355 m.
  • Length
    35.22 ft.
    10.736 m.
  • Wheel base
    9.56 ft.
    2.914 m.
  • Tailplane span
    16.36 ft.
    4.988 m.
Internal dimensions
  • Maximum cabin width
    3 ft. 11.64 in.
    1.21 m.
  • Maximum cabin length
    13 ft. 3.45 in.
    4.05 m.
  • Maximum cabin height
    4 ft.
    1.22 m.
  • Maximum volume in cabin
    123 cu. ft.
    3.5 cu. m.
Loading
  • Basic empty weight
    4,629 lb.
    2,097 kg.
  • Maximum ramp weight (MRW)
    7,430 lb.
    3,370 kg.
  • Maximum takeoff weight
    7,394 lb.
    3,354 kg.
  • Maximum zero fuel weight
    6,032 lb.
    2,736 kg.
  • Maximum payload
    1,403 lb.
    636 kg.
  • Maximum payload with full fuel
    891 lb.
    404 kg.
  • Maximum luggage in storage areas (4 seats)
    507 lb.
    230 kg.
  • Maximum luggage in storage areas (6 seats)
    330 lb.
    150 kg.
  • Maximum luggage volume (large net)
    30¼ cu. ft.
    0.989 cu. m.
Performance
  • Maximum cruise speed at long-range settings
    252 KTAS
    467 km/h
  • Maximum cruise speed at 28,000 ft.
    330 KTAS
    611 km/h
  • Time-to climb to 31,000 ft.
    18 min. 45 sec.
  • Certified ceiling
    31,000 ft.
    9,449 m.
Runway distance (ISA conditions, MTOW, no wind, 50 ft. obstacle clearance)
  • Takeoff
    2,380 ft.
    726 m.
  • Landing
    2,430 ft.
    741 m.
Maximum range with max fuel (ISA conditions, MTOW, no wind, one pilot, 45 min fuel reserve)
  • @ 31,000 ft.
  • 252 KTAS cruise speed
    1,730 NM
    3,204 km
  • 290 KTAS cruise speed
    1,585 NM
    2,935 km
  • 326 KTAS cruise speed
    1,440 NM
    2,666 km
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