The Beechcraft King Air is a twin turboprop line that is broke down into 4 different models. The models are 90, 100, 200, and 300 series. The 200 series and 300 series were known as the Super King Air, but were later changed to King Air. This series has the longest production line life of any civilian airplane in its class. It has been in production since the early nineteen seventies. The King Air 200 was basically built with the same fuselage as the 100 series model, but did have a few changes to the rear fuselage to house the new T tail design along with a structural change to accommodate a higher maximum pressurization. The Beechcraft King Air 200 received its civil certification in December nineteen seventy three. There were many variants of the Beechcraft King Air 200. The King Air 200 and 300 series was a very popular model with the U.S. Military. They used the King Air for aerial photography and cargo flights. The Beechcraft King Air is now mostly used by corporate and private users and it’s also used for air-taxi and charter companies. The King Air B200 used a crew of 1-2 and it had a passenger capability of thirteen. It was roughly forty four feet long and had a wing span on fifty five feet. The average cruise speed was 333 mph and was powered by twin 850shp turboprops. Please take a look at our extensive inventory of Beechcraft King Air below.


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Year  Description Price TTAF Location Reg. No. Serial No.
1988 BEECHCRAFT KING AIR B200C - InquireInquire20299US-NJSE-KFPBL-132
2010 King Air B200GT - InquireInquire1060US-TXN713GDBY-107