The King Air 200 is a twin turboprop aircraft developed and built by Beechcraft in the United States. Introduced in 1969, the first King Air 200 flew in late 1972, with deliveries commencing in February 1974.

The King Air 200 was developed from Beechcraft’s King Air 100 model, featuring several modifications, including a T-tail design, greater wingspan, extra fuel capacity, a heavier maximum take-of weight and fuselage restructuring to allow for higher maximum pressurisation.

Several variants of the King Air 200 have subsequently been developed and manufactured. These have been employed in a variety of roles, including military operations, aerial photography and a regional airliner variant.

Current variants include the original King Air 200, the King Air 250, and the King Air 260, which feature composite scimitar propellers allowing for better short-field performance over the original B200 model.

Specifications

Cabin Height

1.45 m4 ft 9 in

Cabin Width

1.37 m4 ft 6 in

Cabin Length

5.08 m16 ft 8 in

Luggage Capacity

1.57 m³55.3 ft³

Service Ceiling

10,668 m35,000 ft

Maximum Range

3,185 km1,720 nm

Typical Capacity

8 passengers

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