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Airframe Design

The TBM 910 airframe design employs several fail-safe structural design techniques, including the use of multiple load paths and a crack-stopper band to maximize subsystem reliability/durability and structural life. The TBM 910 aircraft is essentially identical to that of the TBM 850 and 700 models. Airframe designers carefully chose a variety of aluminum alloys, high strength steel (including titanium). However TBM 910 uses more advanced composite materials such as carbon fiber for its new items (winglets, new cowlings, etc.) to maximize structural strength and durability while minimizing aircraft weight and both acquisition and life-cycle support costs.

Composite 2ft High Winglets

The 2-foot high winglets will immediately become the signature of the TBM 910. Coupled with aerodynamic improvements to the ailerons, vertical stabilizer and new inner gear doors, these winglets significantly reduce drag while improving handling at low speeds and high angles of attack.


New Tail Cone

The TBM 910 tail cone has been restructured making it more streamlined reducing drag and improving airframe efficiency. To improve visibility at night, we added an additional light at the tip of the tail of the aircraft. This gives improved lighting around the TBM 910 to enhance visibility of the TBM 910 by other aircraft in low-light conditions.


New Gear Doors

Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis of the airflow over the previous TBM airframe revealed a significant amount of turbulence in the area of the gear doors. As a result we’ve added an inner gear door to the TBM 910, which reduced turbulence and improves its aerodynamic efficiency.


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Camarillo Airport
205 Durley Avenue, Suite A
Camarillo, California 93010
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Broomfield, Colorado 80021
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