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PA-46-350P Malibu Mirage Silhouette Metal Wall Art, Airplane Silhouette Wall Decor, Metal Aircraft Wall Art, Aviation Wall Decor, Plane
PA-46-350P Malibu Mirage Silhouette Metal Wall Art, Airplane Silhouette Wall Decor, Metal Aircraft Wall Art, Aviation Wall Decor, Plane
PA-46-350P Malibu Mirage Silhouette Metal Wall Art, Airplane Silhouette Wall Decor, Metal Aircraft Wall Art, Aviation Wall Decor, Plane
PA-46-350P Malibu Mirage Silhouette Metal Wall Art, Airplane Silhouette Wall Decor, Metal Aircraft Wall Art, Aviation Wall Decor, Plane
PA-46-350P Malibu Mirage Silhouette Metal Wall Art, Airplane Silhouette Wall Decor, Metal Aircraft Wall Art, Aviation Wall Decor, Plane
PA-46-350P Malibu Mirage Silhouette Metal Wall Art, Airplane Silhouette Wall Decor, Metal Aircraft Wall Art, Aviation Wall Decor, Plane
PA-46-350P Malibu Mirage Silhouette Metal Wall Art, Airplane Silhouette Wall Decor, Metal Aircraft Wall Art, Aviation Wall Decor, Plane
PA-46-350P Malibu Mirage Silhouette Metal Wall Art, Airplane Silhouette Wall Decor, Metal Aircraft Wall Art, Aviation Wall Decor, Plane
PA-46-350P Malibu Mirage Silhouette Metal Wall Art, Airplane Silhouette Wall Decor, Metal Aircraft Wall Art, Aviation Wall Decor, Plane
PA-46-350P Malibu Mirage Silhouette Metal Wall Art, Airplane Silhouette Wall Decor, Metal Aircraft Wall Art, Aviation Wall Decor, Plane

    PA-46-350P Malibu Mirage Silhouette Metal Wall Art, Airplane Silhouette Wall Decor, Metal Aircraft Wall Art, Aviation Wall Decor, Plane

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      DESCRIPTION

      "PA-46" redirects here. The term may also refer to Pennsylvania Route 46.
      PA–46 / M–Class

      PA–46–500TP Malibu Meridian
      Role Light aircraft
      National origin United States
      Manufacturer Piper Aircraft
      First flight 30 November 1979
      Status In production
      Produced 1979—present
      The Piper M–Class (PA–46; formerly called the Malibu, Malibu Mirage, Malibu Meridian, and Matrix) is a family of American light aircraft manufactured by Piper Aircraft of Vero Beach, Florida. The aircraft are powered by single engines and have six seats. Twentieth century production of the class was all piston engined (now M350; formerly Malibu, Malibu Mirage), but turboprop versions called the M500 (formerly Malibu Meridian) and M600 are now also available.[1][2]

      The M350 is the only pressurized piston engined airplane in current production, as of 2024, allowing it an extended range (1,343 nmi) versus the majority of its certified light aircraft peers in addition to a more comfortable cabin experience. It is recognized as one of the safest single-engines to fly by the airplane insurance industry.[3]

      FAA certification of the PA–46 Malibu came in 1983, and the aircraft family has seen continuous production for more than four decades since. An updated version of the Malibu called the Malibu Mirage (now M350) replaced its Continental engine with a more reliable (and powerful) Lycoming in 1988. Certification of a turboprop version called the Malibu Meridian (now M500) came in 2000. An unpressurized PA–46, the Matrix, was produced from 2008 to 2015. An extended range version of the M500, called the M600, began production in 2016.

      Development
      Work on the PA-46 began in the late 1970s,[4] with a prototype (the PA-46-300T) first flying on November 30, 1979. The type was announced in November 1982, apparently to compete with Cessna's newest creation of the era, the P210 Centurion. Like the Centurion, the Malibu was to feature cabin pressurization 5.5 psi (380 hPa), a feature not included on the prototype.

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