KING AIR 250
BASE PRICE: $ 6,295,000
Known as Beechcraft Super King Air until 1996 where the super designation was removed. The KA200 was introduced in 1974 as a larger version of the 1960’s King Air Model 65-90.
The KA200 design included a T-tail, more powerful engines, and an increased wingspan. It completed its first flight on October 27, 1972.
The Model B200 (marketed as King Air 250) introduced a new Hartzell composite scimitar propellers and third-party winglets enabling for short runways operations.
|High Cruise Speed||310 ktas|
|Service Ceiling||35,000 ft|
|Takeoff Distance||2,111 ft|
|Landing Distance||2,845 ft|
*ISA conditions, MTOW, no wind, one pilot, 45 min fuel reserve, 252 KTAS cruise speed
|Maximum Takeoff||12,500 lbs|
|Maximum Landing||12,500 lbs|
|Maximum Zero Fuel||11,000 lbs|
|Basic Operating Weight||8,830 lbs|
|Maximum Payload||2,170 lbs|
|Usable Fuel||3,645 lbs|
The legendary comfort of the King Air’s square-oval interior offers generous head and shoulder room, still unmatched by conventional circular or oval cabin cross-sections. The King Air 250 interior is furnished with finely crafted seats that can laterally track, swivel and recline.
Managing comfort and productivity in flight is easy with a wide range of cabin features. including dual stowable work tables, a built-in refreshment center, electronically dimmable windows, standard power outlets and an aft lavatory.
|Cabin Height||57 in|
|Cabin Width||54 in|
|Cabin Length||19 ft 6 in|
|Cabin Volume||283 cu.ft|
|Baggage Compartment||55.3 cu.ft|
The flight deck features the latest Collins Aerospace Pro-Line fusion touch-screen avionics. The system is configured with three 14-inch full touch screens for simple and intuitive in-flight navigation.
The avionics system comes with standard Synthetic vision, Graphical flight planning, and integrated charts & maps display.
|Model||Pro Line Fusion|
|Number of Engines||2|
|Manufacturer||Pratt & Whitney Canada|
|Takeoff Power||850 shp|