MAX CRUISE SPEED
The Daher TBM very fast turboprop aircraft defines reliability in the skies! Incorporating a variety of aluminum and steel alloys, titanium as well as advanced composite materials, the TBM airframe offers unmatched structural strength and durability at the lowest possible weight. From its inception, the TBM aircraft family employed a fail-safe airframe design, including the use of multiple load paths, a crack-stopper band, and an optimized number of access panels to maximize structural life and sub-system reliability, while also minimizing repair-cycle times. All TBM versions are fully certified and available today worldwide – direct.
2023 TBMProgram Pricing
1/16 Ownership of 2022 TBM
18 days/36 half-days of travel per year
Access to Jet OUT TBM Fleet
per 4-week billing period - Estimated
Airport and FBO Fees
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 EXTENDED LARGE STORAGE CABINET
A new optional extended large storage cabinet optimizes the storage space behind the left pilot seat. It available in two versions: only storage or with 115 v and USB powerplugs.
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 consists of dimmable dome lights, baggage compartment lights, access stair lighting and individual reading lights at all seats.
You can easily preserve your seamless garment with a clip in hanger located in the cabin.
New cupholder in the central armrest between the rear 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
New Cabin Entrance
Restyling on the TBM 940 begins with a refined cabin entrance that incorporates a new carbon fiber floor.
Allows passengers to enjoy a comfortable cockpit where the temperature.
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..
The pilot door provides easy access to the pilot who can easily board the aircraft.
Electrically Heated Seats
All TBM seats can now be electrically-heated. Once the mode is engaged by the pilot via the master control on the cockpit panel, each occupant can
choose whether to utilize the heating – and select either light or moderate heat settings.
The TBM is heading digital with a new compass : the removal of the whiskey compass brings more visibility outised the cockpit. It smartly integrates improved aesthetic design and a handle for seats movements.
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..
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..
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..
The overhead panel integrates a leather covered handle on the central frame of the windshield, while the stand-by compass has been integrated in the MD 302 digital Back up instrument.
HomeSafe™, an emergency autoland system that can guide the aircraft to a landing in the event of pilot incapacitation.
Integrated Flight Deck with G300
The G3000 uses three 12-in., wide-format WXGA ultra-high-resolution displays for ease of viewing and operation. Each G3000 display can operate in both full screen and split-screen modes. Splitscreen enables TBM pilots to place separate vertical pages side-by-side, giving them the exact information they need for each phase of flight.
The Garmin G3000 avionics system’s new GTC 580 glass touchscreen controller provides highly intuitive control with a host of functions. Landscape oriented for better integration into the cockpit panel, the controller allows TBM 940 pilots to access systems features with just a few taps. The GTC 580 incorporates streamlined menu structure to remove visual clutter and eliminate mechanical knobs, buttons and selector switches.
Single Level Autothrottle
A new way to fly : In addition to an innovative single lever control decreasing the workload for the pilot, the autothrottle improves performance, safety and engine protection. The TBM 940 is the first turboprop equipped in the world with full auto-pilot integration.
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.
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.
Questions? Explore our FAQs
What is the length of the co-ownership term?
The term of your co-ownership in the TBM will continue for 3 years at which point Jet OUT will refurbish your aircraft and market it for resale as your broker. The aircraft will be sold to a third party in an arms length transaction, the net sales proceeds will be distributed to you at closing and the co-ownership term will then end automatically.
Your co-ownership interest is an asset that you own and we believe that you should be able to resell it at your pleasure. You are able to transfer your co-ownership interest to a third party at any time with Jet OUT’s consent, which will not be unreasonably withheld.
What happens at the end of my co-ownership term?
Our co-ownership program is turnkey and we believe that end of term should be as automatic and seamless as using the aircraft. Accordingly, Jet OUT carries out an end of term procedure that ensures that the resale value of your aircraft is maximized without requiring any investment of time and effort on your part.
At Jet OUT’s expense — Jet OUT carries out a refurbishment of your aircraft with the intention of maximizing the resale value of your aircraft. Jet OUT then obtains an appraisal of your aircraft from a third party and shares it with you and the other co-owners. If you or other co-owners object to the appraisal, the co-ownership agreements provide for a resolution process which allows you or other co-owners to submit your own third party appraisal. Jet OUT then markets your aircraft for resale as your broker in an arms’ length transaction and administers the sale and closing of your aircraft. Jet OUT will find a buyer who agrees to pay a purchase price which is no less than 3% less than the appraised fair market value. At closing the net sales proceeds are distributed to the co-owners in proportion to their ownership fraction.
Do I have to live or work near the base airport of the aircraft I co-own?
Jet OUT’s unique program achieves operational efficiencies which deliver substantial cost savings. In order to fully benefit from these efficiencies, we recommend that you live or work within 75 miles of the base airport of the airplane you co-own. Outside of this primary service area your ability to make use of half-day trips may be limited.
Will Jet OUT always provide two pilots for my flights?
Yes, Jet OUT will provide two qualified pilots for all of your flights. We believe that the highest levels of aviation safety can only be achieved when two well trained pilots work together as a team. Rest assured that your two pilots are there for much more than mere redundancy. Jet OUT trains its pilots to use industry best practice Crew Resource Management (CRM) techniques, which ensure that your pilots are constantly monitoring each other, double and triple checking safety critical tasks and sharing the workload of flight. CRM techniques are an essential part of how the major airlines and FAA air carriers like Jet OUT achieve high levels of safety and consistency.
Are there any limits on the baggage I can bring aboard?
The only limits on baggage are practical — i.e. your bags must fit in the baggage compartments of the aircraft and Jet OUT must observe certain Federal hazardous materials rules and ensure that your airplane remains within its weight & balance limitations. There are no additional fees for baggage.
The TBM has two baggage compartments, one with a capacity of 220 lbs. and 30 cubic feet which is inside the pressurized cabin, and one with a capacity of 110 lbs. and 6 cubic feet which is unpressurized. Because the unpressurized compartment may get cold in flight, we do not allow liquids or aerosols in this compartment. We also do not allow batteries in the unpressurized compartment. It is possible to accommodate large items like golf clubs and skis, but large or heavy baggage may require refueling stops or limit passenger capacity.
Your Jet OUT sales representative can help answer any specific questions you may have about baggage limitations.
Can I finance my purchase of a co-ownership interest?
Jet OUT can offer attractive financing directly to well qualified co-owners. Please contact your Jet OUT sales representative for details.
How many passenger seats does the airplane have?
The cabin configuration of the TBM is flexible and can be changed on a trip-by-trip basis. Four passenger seats in a club configuration is standard, but we can also configure the TBM with two passenger seats and a privacy toilet, or three passenger seats with one removed rear seat to permit additional space for large items such as skis or golf clubs. There is no additional charge for cabin reconfigurations, although non-standard configurations may be subject to availability.
Can I claim tax depreciation on my purchase a co-ownership interest?
Your Jet OUT co-ownership share is true ownership of a hard asset. If your co-ownership interest will be used for qualified business purposes then you may be able to claim 100% bonus depreciation on the purchase price. We recommend that you consult with an tax professional that specializes in aircraft to obtain advice with respect to your particular circumstances. Your Jet OUT sales representative can provide you with a referral to qualified tax professional.
What happens if fuel prices increase?
In the Jet OUT co-ownership program, fuel is a direct pass through. You pay the actual cost of the jet fuel consumed for your flights with no additional mark up. An original copy of each fuel receipt is attached to your monthly billing statements.
You benefit directly from any volume fuel discounts that Jet OUT receives from FBOs and airports. Our Concierge team is always happy to work with you to reduce your fuel costs by suggesting lower cost airports or FBOs.
Because fuel represents approximately 25% of the total cost of ownership of the TBM, a 20% increase in fuel costs translates to only an approximately 5% increase in your cost of ownership.
What if my airplane is unavailable for maintenance or in use by another co-owner at a time that I need it?
Our goal is for you to fly on the airplane you own, but if your airplane is unavailable for your trip, we will operate your flight on a similar aircraft from our co-ownership fleet.
Jet OUT does not assess any additional charge for flying on an aircraft in the co-ownership fleet that you do not own, but we are required to collect and remit Federal Excise Tax for the amounts that we do charge for flights on non-owned aircraft.
What is the priority order for reservations?
Reservations are strictly taken on a first-come, first-serve basis. The innovative Jet OUT co-ownership program has been carefully designed to minimize scheduling conflicts. We have found that a given day of travel typically will not become fully booked (i.e. all airplanes are unavailable) until approximately three days prior to the day of travel. Many days are never fully booked.
Can I make a last minute reservation?
Yes! Reservations are accepted normally so long as Jet OUT is in receipt of all trip details by 5 PM on the day prior to your first travel day. This permits us sufficient time to plan your flights, reserve any required ground services and assign your pilots before 6 PM (at which time our pilots are automatically released from duty for the following day).
We may be able to accommodate same-day travel, subject to availability. We add an automatic gratuity for your pilots on same-day trips as a financial incentive to help ensure pilot availability.
Please note that reservations are always accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Example: You want to depart from Milwaukee at 7 AM to fly to Boston on Tuesday. We must receive your complete reservation details by 5 PM on Monday in order to process your reservation normally.
Example: An emergency travel need arises and you request a 1 PM departure at 10 AM (three hours prior to departure). An airplane is available. If we are are able to secure two pilots are able to arrive at the airport by 12 PM, we can process your request as a same-day reservation. A pilot gratuity will be added to your next billing statement automatically.
Are single-engine turboprops safe?
The TBM is equipped with a propeller, but that propeller is powered by a turbine engine just the same as any modern business jet. Engine failure is rarely a contributing factor in accidents occurring on turbine aircraft. Data compiled by the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) shows that among 14 CFR § 135 air carriers like Jet OUT, accident rates are indistinguishable between single-engine and twin-engine turboprop aircraft.
In the event of an engine failure, single-engine turboprops are designed to continue flying. The TBM can glide approximately 70 miles from its cruising altitude of 31,000 ft to sea level. All Jet OUT pilots are required to demonstrate proficiency in making power off landings at recurrent training at least once per year.
The TBM is powered by the Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6 engine, which is the world’s most popular engine in its class and one of the greatest success stories in aviation. The first design in the engine family was created in 1958, and since then the engine has accumulated more than 400 million hours of operational experience. Pratt & Whitney Canada has relied on that experience to refine the PT6 into one of the most dependable engines in the aviation industry. Inflight failures of the PT6 are exceedingly rare.
Can I let others use days on my aircraft?
Yes! It is up to your discretion who you invite on your aircraft. You are not required to be present.
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