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Piper Malibu Mirage - PA-46-350P

Performance Specifications


Manufacturer: Lycoming
Model: T10-540-AE2A
Horsepower: 350 hp
Number of Cylinders: 6


Manufacturer: Hartzell
Number of Blades: 2
Type: Constant Speed


Gross Weight: 4300 lbs./1950 kgs.
Standard Empty Equipped Weight (*b,c): 3080 lbs./1397 kgs.
Standard Useful Load (*a): 1238 lbs./562 kgs.

Wing Area

Wing Area: 175 square feet/16.25 square meters


Wing Span: 43 feet/13.1 meters
Length: 28.9 feet/8.8 meters
Height: 11.3 feet/3.4 meters
Cabin Length: 148 inches/375.9 centimeters (instrument panel to rear bulkhead)
Cabin Width: 49.5 inches/125.7 centimeters
Cabin Height: 47 inches/119.4 centimeters

Headroom (seat to ceiling):
Front Seats: 38 inches/96.5 centimeters
Middle Seats: 38 inches/96.5 centimeters
Rear Seats: 37 inches/94.0 centimeters

Fuel Capacity

Usable Fuel: 120 gallons/454 litres

Oil Capacity

Oil Capacity: 12 quarts/11.4 litres


Forward Compartment: 13 cubic feet/.37 cubic meters
Aft Compartment: 20 cubic feet/.57 cubic meters

Forward Compartment: 100 lbs./45.4 kg.
Aft Compartment: 100 lbs./45.4 kg.

Maximum Speed

TAS at Mid Cruise Weight: 232 kts/430 kmh

Cruising Speeds

TAS at Mid Cruise Weight/Optimum Altitude

Normal Cruise Power: 215 kts/398 kmh

Cruise Range

(Cruise range includes 45-minute fuel reserve at
long range cruise power plus allowance for fuel
used during taxi, take-off, climb at MCP, cruise at
optimum altitude and stated mixture plus descent).

Normal Cruise Power: 1055 nm/1954 km

Stall Speed

Flaps Down Full 40 degrees: IAS 58 kts/IAS 107 kmh

Service Ceiling

(100 fpm): 25,000+ feet/7620+ meters
(25,000 feet is maximum approved altitude for Malibu Mirage)

Take-Off Distance

Ground Roll: 1550 feet/472 meters
Total over 50-foot obstacle: 2380 feet/726 meters

Landing Distance

Ground Roll: 1020 feet/311 meters
Total over 50-foot obstacle: 1950 feet/595 meters


*a. Standard Useful load is ramp weight minus standard equipped weight.
*b. The standard empty weight and standard equipped weight are the same.
*c. Standard aircraft per marketing.

Contact the Author: Bruce J. Elig CFII/MEI/ATP