One of the most frequent questions that we’re asked by people who are in the market for a turbine-powered PA46 is, “What are the differences between a Meridian and a TBM?” They want to know if their budget will allow them to move into something that’s faster and beefier than a PA46. Or, if it’d…
Not many people have flown (or even seen) a Turbine Duke. It’s Rocket Engineering’s lesser known conversion STC, where they turn a Beechcraft Duke into a Royal Turbine Duke by mounting two hefty -35 PT6 engines on it. Joe sat down with Rodney Clark, an owner/pilot of one of the finest Royal Turbine Dukes in…
Joe Casey sits down with Paul to discuss his Malibu and how he acquired it, how he flies it, and why it’s such a great plane.
Dave, Jene, and Brandon recently moved up from a Malibu to a JetPROP. We asked them about how the transition went, and why they’ll never go back to a piston airplane.
We interview a PA46 pilot who had the scary experience of entering a thunderstorm in his Malibu.
Doug Anderson tells his story of why he went from a piston PA46 to the jet world, and then back to the PA46 with an M500.
If you fly a PA46, you go to training every year. Here’s how to make the event a success and learn the most you can.
Kim Coryat has a wide background in aviation and has flown some incredibly cool planes in her lifetime. She’s a wealth of information and experience, so it was cool to sit down and chat with her.
Have you ever wondered if it’s possible to skip a piston PA46 and go straight to a Meridian or JetPROP? Well, it is certainly doable! Here’s a firsthand account of the transition from a C-172 to a turbine PA46.