Beechcraft King Air 350

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 300 was at first an uprated 200, but by 1990 it had been stretched, fitted with winglets and weights upgraded to become the King Air 350. It is still in production today in a number of variants, the latest is the medium range 350ER.

Summary data for Beechcraft King Air 350
Country of originFirst flightNo. builtNo. in serviceCrewPassengers
USA199054254028 - 11

Power

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

The King Air Beech 350 has two Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-60A rated at 1050shp


Dimensions

Dimensions for Beechcraft King Air 350
Length46 ft. 8 in.
Wing Span57 ft. 11 in.
Height14 ft. 11 in.
Empty Weight9,320 lbs.
Max Weight15,000 lbs.

Performance

Performance of Beechcraft King Air 350
Max Speed314 kts (High speed cruise)
Cruise Speed283 kts
Ceiling35,000 ft.
Normal Range1,670nm (With seats full)
Max Range1,765nm

Updated 25th November 2008

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Beechcraft King Air 350

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9th October 2017
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