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Beechcraft UC-12W Huron

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168206 Beechcraft UC-12W of the US Marines declared an emergency in flight due to a suspected oil leak in the starboard engine which was subsequently shut down.
The aircraft landed safely and was examined by the fire service before being permitted to taxi onto it's stand.
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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 C-12 Huron is the military version of the King Air A200, the name covers a number of variants, some off-the-shelf, some military spec variants, such as the RC-12 and UC-12, which can be highly modified. Many airforces use King Air variants worldwide.

Summary data for Beechcraft King Air C-12 Huron
Country of originFirst flightNo. builtNo. in serviceCrewPassengers


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

The A200 uses the Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-41 engines, at 850shp


Dimensions for Beechcraft King Air C-12 Huron
Length (Performance for the basic C-12, equivalent to the civil A200.)
Wing Span54 ft. 6 in.
Height15 ft. 0 in.
Empty Weight7,315 lbs.
Max Weight12,500 lbs.


Performance of Beechcraft King Air C-12 Huron
Max Speed289 kts
Cruise Speed278 kts
Ceiling31,000 ft.
Normal Range1,200nm
Max Range1,757nm

Updated 23rd November 2008

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Beechcraft UC-12W Huron

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4th August 2015
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