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King Air 250

Previously known as the Super King Air, Beechcraft decided to drop the “super” in 1996 making it the King Air 250. This aircraft is Optimized to fly in hot and high weather conditions, and also has the top takeoff and climb performance in its class. With a nautical range of 2,000 miles It has the means to travel more places with the feel of a Lincoln town car, while being very cost effective. The squared-oval shape of the cabin provides passengers a little extra shoulder room for comfort along with eleven large windows for natural light to beam in and fill the space. Driving the thrust of this aircraft are two extremely reliable Pratt & Whitney PT6A-52 Engines that are almost undetectable during flight. Similar to its predecessors it can take off and land almost anywhere. It is one of the most sought out executive turboprops in the world.

Aircraft Details

Manufacturer

Model

Class

Seats

Speed

Range

Beechcraft

King Air 250

Turboprop

8

356 mph

1750 nm

Hourly Rates

Cabin Height

Cabin Width

Cabin Length

Luggage Capacity

Purchase Price

$1,750-2,250

4'10"

4'6"

16'8"

55.3 cu. ft.

$6 Million