The Beechcraft King Air 90 is a turbo-prop aircraft, which was developed and built by Beechcraft in the United States in 1961.
The first King Air 90 was delivered in late 1964 and has since seen over 3,000 aircraft manufactured and delivered globally.
There has been a number of variations to the King Air 90 series – 1971 saw the introduction of the King Air C90, which featured a greater wingspan and maximum take-off weight over its A90 and B90 predecessors. 1978 saw the launch of the more refined King Air F90 model, which featured the characteristic T-tail design that later became synonymous with the hugely successful King Air 200 and 300 series.
Variants of the King Air 90 remain in production today, making it the longest serving model in the King Air family and a testament to the aircraft’s success.