Socata TBM 850 for Sale

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Aircraft Details
Year 2009
Serial No. 525
TTAF 1,267 hrs
Interior Platinum Pck
Exterior White
Engine PT6A-66D
Airframe G1000
Eng Prog -
Location North America
  • ADS-B
  • Garmin G1000
  • Synthetic Vision

Socata TBM 850 SN 525 For Sale

The N898UT is a beautiful aircraft with only 1,267.9 hours on the engine, 2,480 total time. It is fully equipped with the state-of-the-art G1000 NXi with Synthetic Vision Technology, ADR and ADS-B. It also has the Pratt and Whitney PT6A-66D engine which is known for its reliability, efficiency, and performance.

The TBM 850 performance is unmatched by competing aircraft. The TBM boasts the ability to operate out of a 3000 foot runway and fly 1200 nm with a payload of up to 850 lbs. at over 300 KTS true airspeed. The TBM 850 also offers the G-1000 panel, an easy to use and understand pressurization system, and is an all weather capable aircraft. The TBM is known for its reliability, durability, resale value and speed; the TBM has held the title of the world’s fastest single engine turbo prop since 1991.

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Metal structure and skin paneling
Anti-corrosion protection treatment
Electrical pre-select flaps with integrated track
and dissymmetry detector
Bank control through ailerons and spoilers with
trim on left aileron
Retractable gear with electro hydraulic control
Hydraulic disc brakes
Large cabin and baggage compartment
Large access door with retractable stairway
Front storage compartment (not pressurized) with external door
Rear baggage compartment (not pressurized)
with external door
Emergency exit
Rear fuselage servicing door
Tie-down attachments
Jacking points
Painting and decoration
High-speed pneumatic de-icing equipment
Easy maintenance access doors


Electrical starter/generator
Oil cooler
Inertial separation anti-icing air inlet
Dual exhaust
Servicing doors in cowlings

SN 525 is equipped with the Pratt and Whitney PT6A-66D, known for its reliability, efficiency, and performance. The PT6A-66D engine is de-rated to operate on less than half of its potential horsepower, allowing continual operation at max power with minimal stress on the equipment, and the ability to climb to FL-200 in 40 miles on and ISA day.

AVEX is a Pratt and Whitney Service Center, and part of Pratt and Whitney’s CFirst Mobile Repair Team. AVEX is also the largest PT6A-66D-64 engine shop in the country. Let our PT6 expert walk you through the complete engine trend analysis.


4 Blade Hartzell Prop

New Garmin G1000 NXi Avionics Suite:

Airspeed Indicator displayed on GDU 1040s
Vertical speed indicator displayed on GDU 1040s
Magnetic compass
Torque indicator displayed on GDU 1500
Propeller tachometer displayed on GDU 1500
Turbine temperature indicator (ITT) displayed on GDU 1500
Gas generator tachometer displayed on GDU 1500
Oil pressure and temperature indicator displayed on GDU 1500
OAT Indicator displayed on GDU 1040s
Airframe de-icing control panel
Inertial separator control
Parking brake control
Landing gear position monitoring panel
Flap position indicator displayed on GDU 1500
Trim position indicator (elevator, rudder and ailerons) displayed on GDU 1500)
Voltmeter and ammeter displayed on GDU 1500
Electronic generation controls and monitoring on overhead panel
Advisory panel with master caution, master also displayed on GDU 1500 warning and aural warning
Fuel management panel displayed on GDU 1500
Cabin temperature control
Cabin altitude and differential pressure indicator displayed on GDU 1500
Cabin rate of climb indicator displayed on GDU 1500
Heated stall warning system
Digital chronometer displayed on GDU 1040s
Flight time hour meter
Instrument panel lighting

Platinum Edition including:
High comfort leather seats
Wood retractable working table
Fully Pressurized cabin (6.2 PSI)
Fully adjustable pilots seats
Reel up 3 points safety belts at all Passenger seats
Pilot & Co-Pilot Seats 4-point safety belts w/quick release
Air conditioning
Supplementary Oxygen system
Baggage compartment with straps and net

2009 White Fuselage, Red bottom, Blue and Gold stripes.

Emergency gear extension handle
Environment & pressurization control
Alternate static source control
Alternate ram air source control
Pneumatically deiced wing and tail
Heated engine air intake lip
Pilot controlled inertial separator
Electrically heated propeller blades & Pitot Tubes
Electrically deiced stall warning
Pilot heated windshields
Ice detector light

Map reading tablet
Hour meter airborne
Pulse light anti-collision system
Supplementary Gaseous Oxygen

Fuel Equipment:
One structural fuel tank per wing
Constantly operating mechanical fuel pump
Stand-by electrical fuel pump
Fuel tank selector with automatic sequencer unit
Capacitance gauging with low-level warning

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