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Daher's 2019 sales book reaches 68
2019 saw Daher deliver 48 TBM 910s and 940s around the world, including one to Japan, the first since the early 1990s, and twenty Kodiaks to North America, Asia and Europe.
The very fast and utility Daher models drew sales from around the world in 2019.
Read this story in our February 2020 printed issue.

The 2019 business results for Daher's expanded turboprop-powered aircraft family record sales of 48 TBMs in the TBM 910 and TBM 940 versions, along with 20 Kodiak 100 Series II aircraft.

Deliveries of Kodiak utility aircraft were primary in North America: 11 in the US and three in Canada. Asia ranked second with three Kodiaks delivered in China and one in Thailand, followed by two deliveries to European customers.

For the TBM very fast turboprop aircraft there were 38 deliveries in the US. Within Europe there were three in Germany, two in the UK and one in Russia; and within Latin America there were two for customers in Brazil and one in Mexico.

Completing the 2019 activity was a TBM 940 version delivered in Japan, marking the first sale of a TBM in this country since the acquisition of several TBM 700s by Japanese customers during the TBM programme's early days.

With the addition of Kodiak to Daher's aircraft portfolio last year, the 2019 sales results were the first to include both the Kodiak and TBM in its annual tally of new business.

“We thank our customers for their continued support of Daher's turboprop-powered aircraft,” says senior vice president of Daher's aircraft business unit Nicolas Chabbert. “We remain committed to building the most efficient, cost-effective and safe aircraft that provide the ultimate flying experience for owners and operators.”

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