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Beechcraft King Air 200/350

Turbo Props

The Beechcraft King Air turbo prop has been in manufacture since the 60’s, and is still the most popular pressurised turbo prop. The latest model is the King Air 350, with a slightly stretched cabin making it 2 ft longer than the -250 model, and better performance with the addition of winglets.

Beechcraft King Air 200 for charter hire
Beechcraft King Air 200 Interior

Beechcraft King Air 200 – Quick Statistics

Seating Capacity:7-8
Seating Capacity::
Baggage Capacity:
7-8:
8 medium soft bags
Seating Capacity::
Crew:
7-8:
2 pilots
Seating Capacity::
Maximum Range:
7-8:
1,960miles / 3,150km / 3h
Seating Capacity::
London/Nice:
7-8:
2h 25m
Seating Capacity::
London/Geneva:
7-8:
1h 50m
Seating Capacity::
London/Cologne
7-8:
1h 15m

The Beechcraft King Air has a maximum cruise level of 25,000ft is 540km/hr and with a landing run of just 536m and take-off run of 567m, there is easy access to a great number of small remote airfields. The other advantage over the small jets is the ability to operate 24hrs into some airports where jets have a nighttime curfew.

It has a comfortable and roomy ‘squared-oval’ pressurised cabin. The air-conditioned cabin is usually fitted with seven or nine seats. There is a toilet separated by a sliding door and good baggage capacity.

What Is The Flight Range Of The Beechcraft King Air 200/350?

The range of this steady turbo-twinprop is good for a aircraft of this size.  Flying from Paris, France, this wonderful private aircraft can take you all over most of Europe.  Where would you like to charter your private aircraft to?