Tue, Oct 20, 2009
Aircraft On Static Display At Orlando Executive Airport
Daher-Socata is spotlighting the
operating economics of its TBM 850 Very Fast Turboprop aircraft at
the 2009 NBAA Annual Meeting & Convention – which brings
together the business aviation sector’s key players this week
in Orlando, Florida.
A TBM 850 Model Year 2009 is being displayed at Orlando
Executive Airport, and Daher-Socata representatives will be at the
company’s booth in the Orange County Convention Center to
meet with current TBM operators and potential future customers, as
well as industry partners.
Much of the focus at this year’s NBAA gathering will be on
supporting business air transportation in today’s challenging
economic environment. The 2009 meeting’s activities include
education sessions tailored for light aircraft owners, pilots and
entrepreneurs who may be considering the value an airplane could
provide for their business operations.
“We salute the NBAA’s efforts to address the
concerns of entrepreneurs today in revitalizing this
country’s economy,” said Nicolas Chabbert,
Daher-Socata’s North America President. “They all are
looking for efficient transportation solutions, and the TBM850 is
one of the best suited for owner/operators. The NBAA's Annual
Meeting & Convention offers an excellent opportunity for the
entrepreneurial community to become acquainted with our aircraft in
its role as a transportation tool.”
The U.S. is the largest single market for TBM family aircraft.
In 2009, more than 70 percent of all TBM850 deliveries to date have
been for U.S.-based owner/operators.
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