The King Air 200 is a continuation of the King Air line, with new features including the distinctive Ttail, more powerful engines, greater wing area and span, increased cabin pressurisation, greater fuel capacity and higher operating weights.
Beech began design work on the Super King Air 200 in October 1970, resulting in the type's first flight on October 27 1972. Certificated in mid December 1973, the King Air 200 went on to be the most successful aircraft in its class.
The improved B200 entered production in May 1980, this version features more efficient PT6A42 engines, increased zero fuel max weight and increased cabin pressurisation.
 
 
Country of Origin
United States of America
 
Powerplants
B200 - Two 635kW (850shp) Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A42s. turboprops driving three blade constant speed propellers.
 
Performances
B200 - Max speed 536km/h (289kt), economical cruising speed 523km/h (282kt). Initial rate of climb 2.450ft/min. Range with max fuel and reserves 3.658km (1.974nm) at 31.000ft and economical cruising speed.
 
Weight
B200 - Empty 3.675kg (8.102lb), max takeoff 5.670kg (12,500lb).
 
Dimensions
Wing span 16.61m length 13.34m, height 4.57m. Wing area 28.2mq. In AIR AMBULANCE configuration 1 or 2 stretchers and 3 or 4 seats
 
Capacity
Flight crew of two. Typical corporate seating layout for six in main cabin. Can be configured as an AIR AMBULANCE with one or two stretchers and two medical attendants.
 
Production
Over 1.700 King Air 200s have been delivered to civil and commercial customers, while over 400 have been delivered to military forces.
 
Type
Twin turboprop corporate, passenger & utility transport
 
   
   
   
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