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Beechcraft King Air C90 | B200 | B250 for sale

Beechcraft King Air C90 | B200 | B250 for sale

King Air C90

The King Air C90GTx is a whole new world of flying that offers the impressive King Air qualities of performance combined with comfort. This versatile workhorse has great range and payload due to its features like composite winglets, swept-blade propellers and dual aft strakes. The King Air C90GTx is sure to become your new favourite aircraft.

King Air 200

The Beechcraft Model 200 King Air is a twin-engined turboprop corporate travel and utility aircraft with retractable landing gear and pressurized cabin produced by the US-American manufacturer Beech Aircraft Corporation, later Hawker Beechcraft Corporation, today Beechcraft a brand of Textron Aviation. The SUPER prefix was dropped in 1996 for all Super King Air models (200/300/350).

The Beech 200 is a development of the Beech 100. Beech 200 designation in US military service is C-12. Current production model is the Beechcraft King Air B200GT.

King Air 300

With the 200 series proving so popular, Beechcraft began working on a successor: the Model 300, initially marketed as the “Super King Air 300”. The B200 airframe was “cleaned up” and even more powerful engines (PT6A-60A), were installed into the redesigned cowlings with MTOW being increased to 14,000 lb (6,300 kg). A modified Model 200 was used to develop the updated systems to be used on the new model and flew October 6th, 1981. First flight of the prototype Model 300 took place on September 3rd, 1983 with deliveries beginning the following year.

By 1988, work had began on the replacement of the 300. Beechcraft took the 300 and stretched the fuselage by nearly three feet with two extra cabin windows on each side, MTWO increased to 15,000 lb (6,750 kg), and winglets added to the wingtips to create the Model B300, introduced in 1990 and initially marketed as the Super King Air 350. LIke the 200/ B200, a version with a large cargo door was developed: the Model B300C, marketed as the “Super King Air 350C” with first deliveries of this model taking place in 1900. A big update occurred in 1998 with the UltraQuiet active noise canceling system, made by Elliott Aviation, was added as standard equipment on all B300s. Another big update occurred in October 2003, when it was announced that all future B300 and B300C King Airs would come equipped with the Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics suite.

King Air 350

With the 200 series proving so popular, Beechcraft began working on a successor: the Model 300, initially marketed as the “Super King Air 300”. The B200 airframe was “cleaned up” and even more powerful engines (PT6A-60A), were installed into the redesigned cowlings with MTOW being increased to 14,000 lb (6,300 kg). A modified Model 200 was used to develop the updated systems to be used on the new model and flew October 6th, 1981. First flight of the prototype Model 300 took place on September 3rd, 1983 with deliveries beginning the following year.

By 1988, work had began on the replacement of the 300. Beechcraft took the 300 and stretched the fuselage by nearly three feet with two extra cabin windows on each side, MTWO increased to 15,000 lb (6,750 kg), and winglets added to the wingtips to create the Model B300, introduced in 1990 and initially marketed as the Super King Air 350. LIke the 200/ B200, a version with a large cargo door was developed: the Model B300C, marketed as the “Super King Air 350C” with first deliveries of this model taking place in 1900. A big update occurred in 1998 with the UltraQuiet active noise canceling system, made by Elliott Aviation, was added as standard equipment on all B300s. Another big update occurred in October 2003, when it was announced that all future B300 and B300C King Airs would come equipped with the Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics suite.  A King Air 350ER

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