55 Baggage Capacity
4.8 Cabin Width
4.5 Cabin Height
19.2 Cabin Length
Potty Lavatory Style
The Beechcraft Model King Air 350 is a twin-engined turboprop utility aircraft with retractable landing gear and pressurized cabin produced by the US-American manufacturer Beech Aircraft Corporation, today Hawker Beechcraft Corporation. The King Air 350 features seven large, circular windows on either side of the cabin, double club seating, stowable worktables, and built-in refreshment centers. The King Air 350 is equipped with in-flight accessible baggage areas, polarized window shades, and a private lavatory in the aft, with a solid wood door and a flushable toilet. This plane typically seats 9 passengers for corporate travel but can seat up to 12.
Seating on the King Air 350 is a plus. With eight seats in a double club configuration and an additional two seats in the luggage area, there’s plenty of space to accommodate a full team of nine passengers. The seats are large and comfortable, with worktables between each pair. Despite being a small aircraft, the interior space makes VIP passengers feel like kings in the air.
The King Air 350’s cabin features legendary comfort. It offers generous head and shoulder room for its nine-seat, pressurized cabin. In fact, it can rival some small private jets in comfort and range. You’ll be glad you chose this aircraft. There’s no better way to enjoy your travels! It’s comfortable and reliable, and is flexible for takeoff and landing requirements.
With a maximum certificated service ceiling of 30,000 feet, the King Air 350 has the range to carry large loads on short runways. It can maintain an airspeed of 235 knots at 33,000 feet and a cruise speed of 305 knots at 24,000 feet. Its impressive speed/efficiency flexibility makes it a valuable asset for passengers and cargo. It can even carry a large load out of short runways.