Beechcraft C90A King Air

Aircraft Data

The King Air is a twin engined, short range turboprop utility or corporate aircraft, built in 4 versions (90,100,200 and 300). Also used widely by military as a trainer and utility aircraft. King Airs are the best selling twin turboprop utility aircraft.

The King Air 90 family was the first of the King Airs, developed from the Queen Air by fitting it with turboprop engines. It has evolved through many sub-versions, to today's C90GT, still in production, 45 years after the first flight.

Summary data for Beechcraft King Air 90
Country of originFirst flightNo. builtNo. in serviceCrewPassengers
USA19633100300024 - 5

Power

2 x Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A (500 - 1940 shp) turboprop engines.

The C90GT is fitted with 750 shp PT6A-135As, flat rated to the same 550 shp as the earlier King Airs. This engine change increased hot and high performance


Dimensions

Dimensions for Beechcraft King Air 90
Length (All dimensions and performance for the C90GT)
Wing Span50 ft. 3 in.
Height14 ft. 3 in.
Empty Weight6,950 lbs.
Max Weight10,100 lbs.

Performance

Performance of Beechcraft King Air 90
Max Speed290 mph
Cruise Speed270 mph
Ceiling30,000 ft.
Normal Range1,280mi.
Max Range1,321mi. (Maximum fuel)

Updated 23rd November 2008

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Beechcraft C90A King Air

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20th February 2013
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