Daher has unveiled the next iteration of the TBM 900, some 26 years since the first generation of the high-speed aircraft series, the TBM 700, entered production.

The TBM 910 – which secured US and European certification in March – features the Garmin G1000NXi next-generation cockpit, improved connectivity and a handful of cabin interior and safety enhancements.

With a price tag of $3.9 million, it sits below the $4.2 million flagship TBM 930 in Daher’s product line, and the first example is scheduled for delivery to a private owner and long-standing TBM customer in mid-April.

The TBM 700 was the first series-produced pressurised, single-engined aircraft to be certificated, Daher says, entering full production in 1991. By the time the upgraded and re-engined TBM 850 replaced this version in 2005, more than 320 had been delivered to customers worldwide.

After a production run of nearly 340 units, the TBM 850 was superseded by the TBM 900 in March 2014.

Nearly 120 TBM 900s and almost 50 TBM 930s – unveiled in April 2016 – have been handed over to customers worldwide.

Source: Flight International