Piper set to unleash the ‘M700 FURY’ its fastest ever single-engine aircraft 

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Piper Aircraft has unleashed ‘M700 FURY’ the fastest ever single-engine plane produced in its 87-year history. 

Part of the PA46 line, Piper says the new M700 FURY “outperforms all previous models and several competitive aircraft in performance, operational cost efficiencies, and overall value”. 

Built with 700 shaft horsepower, the new member of the M-Class family is powered by a Pratt & Whitney PT6A-52 engine, and capable of reaching a cruise speed of 301 ktas with a max range of 1,149 nm/1,849 km.   

Only the Piper Cheyenne 400LS turbine twin is faster than the new M700 FURY. 

“The M700 FURY is a beautifully efficient, cross-country thoroughbred that gives our customers a performance-based flight experience with economics never seen before,” Piper President and CEO John Calcagno, said. “We listened, and we delivered. The M700 FURY encompasses power, performance and the most advanced safety measures available today and an overall value proposition that is extremely compelling to individuals and corporate flight departments alike.” 

The M700 FURY features Garmin’s G3000 touchscreen-controlled glass flight deck as standard along with the HALO Safety System. 

Piper is also first-to-market with Garmin’s remote aircraft status capability enabling owners to remotely check the fuel quantity, aircraft location, oil temperature, battery voltage, the current METAR at the aircraft’s location and more via the Garmin Pilot application. 

The new aircraft also includes a choice of six new interior schemes, featuring new leathers and aesthetically styled seats. 

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) certification is expected before the end of quarter one in 2024 with deliveries starting immediately thereafter.  

International validations for Canada, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the United Kingdom, and Brazil will be achieved in the second half of 2024, with customer deliveries in those regions expected before the end of the year. 

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