Socata TBM 700C2

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Socata TBM 700C2

Exterior Dimensions

Aerocor Learning Center Socata Tbm Side View Door

Side View

Tbm High Res Illustration 700 C

Top Down View

Aerocor Tbm 700c2 Learning Center Front

Front View

Exterior Dimensions
Overall Length 34 FT  11 IN
Overall Height 14 FT  4 IN
Wingspan 41 FT  7 IN
Horizontal Tail Span 16 FT 7 IN
Nose to Trailing Edge (T-Hangar Constrain) N/A
Landing Gear Base (Nose to Main) 9 FT 7 IN
Landing Gear Tread (Main to Main) 12 FT 8 IN

Interior Dimensions

Aerocor Tbm 700c2 Learning Center Cross Section

Cross Section View

Aerocor Tbm 700c2 Learning Center Cabin

Standard 6 Seat Configuration with 2 crew seats and 4 passenger seats

Internal Dimensions
Cabin Width 3 FT 11 IN
Cabin Length 14 FT 11 IN (Bulkhead to Bulkhead)
Cabin Height 4 FT
Entry Width 3 FT 6 IN
Entry Height  3 FT 11 IN
Total Baggage Weight 330 lbs
  • FWD Compartment (non pressurized)
110 lbs
  • Aft Compartment (pressurized)
220 lbs

Design Weights and Capacities

Design Weights Capacity
Maximum Ramp Weight 7,430 lbs
Maximum Takeoff Weight 7,394 lbs
Maximum Landing Weight 7,024 lbs
Maximum Zero Fuel Weight 6,032 lbs
Basic Empty Weight 4,689 lbs
Maximum Payload (No Payload) 1,343 lbs
Useful Load (No Payload) 2,741 lbs
Fuel Capacity (useable) at 6 lb/gal 1,947 lbs
Payoad w/full fuel (No Pilot) 854 lbs


Takeoff Runway Length (Max. Takeoff Weight, Sea Level, ISA, Flaps TO, over a 50 foot obstacle) 2,840 ft
Maximum Altitude 31,000 ft
Maximum Cruise Speed (Mid-Cruise Weight, 26,000 ft, ISA) 294 KTAS
NBAA IFR Range (45 – min reserve, Max. Cruise Thrust) 1,150 nm
Landing Runway Length (Max. Landing Weight, ISA, Flaps LDG, from a 50 foot obstacle, level runway) 2,430 ft

Structural Design Limitations

Limit Speeds
Flap Extension Speeds
VFE 0° to Takeoff/Approach Extension 178 KIAS
VFE Takeoff/Approach to Landing Extension 122 KIAS
Landing Gear Operating And Extended Speeds
VLO (retracting) 128 KIAS
VLO (extending) 178 KIAS

History and General Description

The TBM 700C2 is the successor of the TBM 700B. The C2 variant was first introduced in 2003 and produced through 2005. At first glance, there is little visual difference between the TBM 700C2 and it’s predecessor (aside from the small baggage door added to the exterior just behind the primary entry door). Howver, the 700C2 introduced a handful of valuable upgrades including a reinforced structure, new air conditioning system, and increased maximum take off weight and payload.