King Air 200 Turbo Prop Aircraft

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King Air 200 Turbo Prop Aircraft

King Air 200 is a well-built, fast, efficient turboprop workhorse for companies that need to move up to eight passengers and their gear on short to medium-length trips. Its beefy landing gear can tolerate relatively short, unimproved runways. On trips less than 500 nautical miles, the King Air 200 is not much slower than a jet but will burn far less fuel and can access small airports that many jets can’t. It doesn’t hurt that it’s a good-looking airplane, too.

Cabin comfort is good and the typical setup is a single-club with two seats behind the cockpit and a potty seat at the rear. The cabin is slightly smaller than that of a Pilatus PC–12 but is shaped like a bread loaf, providing good shoulder room. Several large windows provide a sense of roominess and ample light.

Specifications

  • Crew: 1 or 2
  • Capacity: Up to 10 or 11 passengers
  • Length: 43 ft 10 in / 13.36 m
  • Span: 57 ft 11 in / 17.65 m
  • Height: 14 ft 10 in / 4.52 m
  • Cabin: L × W × H 16'8" × 4'6" × 4'9"
  • MTOW: 13,420 lb / 6,087 kg
  • ER: 16,500 lb / 7,484 kg
  • OEW: 8,830 lb / 4,005 kg
  • ER: 9,455 lb / 4,289 kg
  • Useful load: 4,670 lb / 2,118 kg
  • ER: 7,145 lb / 3,241 kg
  • Engines: 2× PWC PT6A-52
  • Power or Thrust: 850 shp / 625 kW
  • Maximum Cruise: 310 kt / 574 km/h
  • ER: 303 kt / 561 km/h
  • Ferry Range: 1,720 nm / 3,185 km
  • ER: 3,072m / 2,670 nm / 4,945 km
  • Takeoff: 2,111 ft / 643 m
  • Ceiling; 35,000 ft / 10,668 m

Cabin Configuration

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