Turbo Props


The lightest aircraft aloft combines the use of twin propellers powered by turbine engines to fly. With a conservative use of fuel, the turbo prop is the most cost-efficient aircraft for short-service flights. Ideal for short to mid-range flights.

Capacity to hold 6-19 passengers, average cruising speed of 280-315 mph and average nonstop range of just over 1,000 miles. In addition, we have turbo prop aircrafts which hold 12-29 passengers.


Aircraft Fleet



The Beech King Air B200, a higher performance model of the Beech King Air 200, was first introduced in March 1981 and, with its high performance engines, swept T-tail with swept horizontal stabilizer, and increased cabin pressurization, quickly became one of the top jets in its class, and now flies in over 100 countries worldwide.


Jet TypeMax Pass.Cruise SpeedRangeMin Runway
BE-B2007300 mph1450 sm2845 ft
Cabin LengthCabin WidthCabin HeightLavatoryBag Capacity
16.70 ft4.50 ft4.80 ftFull66 cu. ft

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