KING AIR 350i
BASE PRICE: $ 7,345,000
Known as Beechcraft Super King Air 300 until 1996 where the super designation was removed. The KA300 was introduced in 1974 as a larger version of the 1960’s King Air Model 65-90.
The King Air 300 uses a cleaned-up B200’s airframe with more powerful 1050 horsepower PT6A-60A engines installed in a redesigned cowlings. The first flight was completed on September 3, 1983.
The King Air 350 version is based on the King Air 300 with a 3.4-feet wingspan increase and the addition of new winglets. A 2.9-feet fuselage stretch allows for a 17-feet main cabin, long enough for double club seating arrangement. The 2009 King Air 350i saw the cabin sound level reduced by 4 dB, and a large number of cabin improvements.
|High Cruise Speed||312 ktas|
|Service Ceiling||35,000 ft|
|Takeoff Distance||3,300 ft|
|Landing Distance||2,692 ft|
*ISA conditions, MTOW, no wind, one pilot, 45 min fuel reserve, 252 KTAS cruise speed
|Maximum Takeoff||15,000 lbs|
|Maximum Landing||15,000 lbs|
|Maximum Zero Fuel||12,500 lbs|
|Basic Operating Weight||9,955 lbs|
|Maximum Payload||2,545 lbs|
|Usable Fuel||3,611 lbs|
The King Air 350 17-feet long main cabin allows for 8 passengers seats on a double club seating arrangement. the interior is complemented with a private aft lavatory with optional vanity, a forward modular refreshment center, a standard forward, and optional aft entertainment cabinets.
The Cabin features Collins Venue Cabin Management System (CMS) with Eight Programmable controllers available at each passenger seat. The controllers allow passengers to control the cabin LED lighting, darken the electronically dimmable windows, and control an iPod dock and a high-definition video monitor. The cabin also includes USB ports, AC electrical receptacles, and fold-out tables.
|Cabin Height||57 in|
|Cabin Width||54 in|
|Cabin Length||16 ft 8 in|
|Cabin Volume||331 cu.ft|
|Baggage Compartment||71.3 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||1,050 shp|