The largest member of the ubiquitous King Air family, the King Air 350 was developed and built by Beechcraft in the United States.

Introduced in 1990, with deliveries for the aircraft commencing that same year, the King Air 350 saw over 680 deliveries globally before the end of 2009.

Derived from the King Air 300, also a successor to the incredibly popular King Air 200, the King Air 350 boasts the greatest specification in terms of interior and exterior dimensions and performance. Amongst other modifications, it features a greater wingspan, winglets, uprated engines and a greater capacity for passengers and luggage.

The King Air 350 is recognised for its quieter cabin noise level compared to its predecessors, making the flying experience on a King Air 350 comparable to that of a light jet.

Specifications

Cabin Height

1.45 m4 ft 9 in

Cabin Width

1.37 m4 ft 6 in

Cabin Length

5.94 m19 ft 6 in

Luggage Capacity

2.02 m³71.3 ft³

Service Ceiling

10,668 m35,000 ft

Maximum Range

3,345 km1,806 nm

Typical Capacity

8 passengers

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