Beechcraft King Air 350
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The King Air 350 is a twin turboprop aircraft, produced by Beechcraft, which is now part of Textron aviation (also the parent company of Cessna). The other aircraft in the family include the smaller King Air 250, the King Air C90GTx and an extended range King Air 350ER.
Designed and manufactured by Beechcraft, a subsidiary of Textron Aviation, the Beechcraft King Air 350 has earned its reputation as a popular choice for business and regional aviation. The typical passenger capacity of the King Air 350 is around 12 passengers, making it suitable for small to mid-sized groups.
The cabin can be configured for various seating arrangements to meet specific needs, such as executive transport or regional airline service. The Beechcraft King Air 350 has a maximum cruising speed of approximately 250 knots (about 463 kilometers per hour), which is perfect for both short-haul and mid-range flights.
Pilots appreciate its advanced avionics systems and superb handling characteristics, while passengers enjoy a quiet, smooth ride. The aircraft’s noise and vibration levels are notably lower than other regional aircraft, contributing to a more pleasant and comfortable travel experience.
The Beechcraft King Air 350 is also known for its economic efficiency. It offers a favorable cost-per-seat-mile ratio, making it an attractive choice for regional airlines and businesses looking to manage travel expenses effectively.