Weight & dimensions
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The Socata TBM (now Daher TBM) is a family of high-performance, single-engine turboprop business and utility light aircraft that was collaboratively developed between American Mooney Airplane Company and French light aviation manufacturer Socata.
Following Mooney’s acquisition by French owners, Mooney and SOCATA started a joint venture for the purpose of developing and manufacturing a new, enlarged turboprop design, which was designated as the TBM 700. Emphasis was placed upon the design’s speed, altitude, and reliability. Upon its entry onto the market in 1990, it was the first high-performance single-engine passenger/cargo aircraft to enter production.