Posted on June 2nd, 2011
The Raytheon Beechcraft King Air 200 is a T-tail twin-engine turboprop aircraft with retractable landing gear and pressurized cabin. Beechcraft has been manufacturing the line since the early 1970s in various configurations. Beechcraft replaced the original King Air 200’s engines in 1980 with more efficient engines and renamed the upgraded model the B200. Commercial and civil aviation companies have ordered more than 1,700 King Airs. The cockpit has two pilot seats and a jump seat next to the pilot. The King Air 200 seats up to 13 passengers in the main cabin, although typical configuration is for six. See video here.
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