Daher’s newest turboprop-powered aircraft – the Kodiak 900 and TBM 960 – are showcased at the 2022 NBAA-BACE Convention
Orlando, Florida, October 17, 2022 – Daher is exhibiting its family of highly efficient turboprop-powered aircraft at this week’s NBAA Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (NBAA-BACE) in Orlando, Florida, with the two latest models introduced this year – the Kodiak 900 and TBM 960 – on display.
“This year’s NBAA-BACE enables us to bring together our top-of-the-line Kodiak and TBM versions, underscoring the improvements that we have incorporated for efficiency, operational safety and comfort,” explained Nicolas Chabbert, the Senior Vice President of Daher’s Aircraft Division. “The NBAA’s large industry gathering provides the opportunity to meet professionals who are seeking increasingly sustainable solutions for commercial and corporate operations, as well as for the sector of special missions.”
Daher’s Kodiak 900 is an agile and robust 10-seat unpressurized utility aircraft, capable of operating on uneven and ultra-short runways while offering optimal safety. The larger version of Daher’s Kodiak 100 was developed as part of the company’s continual improvement strategy and has received its airworthiness type certificate.
The TBM 960 is Daher’s successor to its TBM 940 – which has been the best-selling member of the TBM very fast turboprop aircraft product line. The pressurized six-seat airplane incorporates a fully digital e-throttle and HomeSafe™ emergency autoland system, along with other increased automation features that ease the pilot’s workload and enhance safety.
Daher is exhibiting the Kodiak 900 and TBM 960 in the NBAA-BACE static display at Orlando Executive Airport (Booth AD 510). The company will be present as well in the NBAA-BACE exhibit hall at Orlando Orange County Convention Center (Booth 3232).