Light Jet

Beechcraft King Air 200

The Beechcraft King Air family is part of a line of twin-turboprop aircraft produced by Beechcraft.


  • Cabin Height: 4 ft 10 In
  • Cabin Width: 4 ft 6 In
  • Cabin Length: 16 ft 8 In
  • Cabin Volume: 303 cu ft
  • Door Height: 4 ft 3 In
  • Door Width: 2 ft 3 In
  • Internal Baggage: 54 cu ft


  • Crew: 2
  • Passengers: 6

Operating Weights

  • Max T/O Weight: 12500 Lb
  • Max Landing Weight: 12500 Lb
  • Operating Weight: 8550 Lb
  • Empty Weight: 7538 Lb
  • Fuel Capacity: 3645 lbs Lb
  • Payload Useful: 4962 Lb
  • Payload W/Full Fuel: 395 Lb
  • Max Payload: 1850 Lb


  • Normal Range: 1075 nm
  • Max Range: 1490 nm
  • Service Ceiling: 35000 ft


  • Balanced Field Length: 5300 ft
  • Landing Distance: 4333 ft


  • Rate of Climb: 2,450 fpm
  • Climb Rate One Engine Inop: 740 fpm
  • Max Speed: 289 kts
  • Normal Cruise: 272 kts
  • Economy Cruise: 225 kts

Luxury & Comfort

The Beechcraft King Air family is part of a line of twin-turboprop aircraft produced by Beechcraft. The King Air line comprises a number of models that have been divided into two families; the Model 90 and 100 series are known as King Airs, while the Model 200 and 300 series were originally marketed as Super King Airs. The first prototype of the King Air 200 flew October 27, 1972, and civil certification was granted December 1973. Civil delivery began in February 1974.

The Model 200 had essentially the same fuselage as the Model 100, with changes to the rear fuselage to accommodate a new T-tail and structural changes to allow higher maximum pressurization. It is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PT6A-41 turboprop engines, each with 850 shp. The aircraft itself is impressively stable due to its T-shaped horizontal stabilizer. Its noise-reduced cabin also contributes to passenger comfort.

A development of the King Air 200 was made two years later, the Model 200T, with the sole purpose of aerial surveying and reconnaissance. It was equipped with a surveillance radar, dome shaped windows, and larger fuel tanks to increase range. Another variant, the Model B200, features upgraded PT6A-42 engines and changes to the cockpit layout, and the Model B200C was fitted with new revised landing gear retraction mechanism.

Production of the Model 200 ended in 1981, with a total of 702 aircraft built. There are currently 688 King Air 200 aircraft in operation today. They are operated largely as military aircraft for units such as the Botswana Defense Force Air Wing, Chilean Air Force, United States Army, Algerian Air Force, and Venezuelan Air Force. Other government operators include the Ambulance Victoria of Austria and the United Kingdom’s Maritime and Coastguard Agency.

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