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Daher-Socata TBM-900 (N900KN) - Departing to Reykjavik. 3 brand new TBM 900s passed through Prestwick on delivery. First visit of type.
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Daher-Socata TBM-900 (N900KN)


Departing to Reykjavik. 3 brand new TBM 900s passed through Prestwick on delivery. First visit of type.


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Paul Wisgerhof
This is the aircraft that crashed off the coast of Jamaica last week. I suggest you take it down!
There's nothing wrong with the pic being posted, there are lots of crashed plane pics on here.
I LOVE the Socata planes.....they are single engine, high performance, fast, can carry a good amount of people, LOVE THEM!!
Guido Warnecke
I think this is part of aviation.
Crash photos (unless funny ones without injuries) should not be posted.
I have also some photos uploaded of aircraft from which I sadly learned that they crashed later.
Crash investigation on t the TBM is still on. We all can learn from accidents and become safer pilots.
gene neiges
I you hadn't brought it up, it would have gone unnoticed.
Chris Holder
This is a beautiful aircraft that is now part of history. Although tragic, it's demise will hopefully lead to more understanding of these kinds of situations that occur far too often. As far as removing the post because it crashed, to do so has the same mentality of burying your head in the ground to avoid the reality of what happened. Posting the image of the actual crash scene on this site may not be appropriate.
Wayne Arnold
Noting wrong with the picture, plus it may make Other pilot's follow the story closer,and hopefully when they determine what happened -it will make us all better and safer pilot's I'm sure pilot's of other socata 900s will follow close
Efe Ozgun
IN Regards to Paul Wisgerhof. There is nothing wrong with the aircraft uploaded on here. Whats more worser is I know the family of the Wife that was on the plane. The brother of the sister was a pilot and stopped immediately after this crash. Its very heartbroken on what happened.
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