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.
KING AIR B200
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 Type||Max Pass.||Cruise Speed||Range||Min Runway|
|BE-B200||7||300 mph||1450 sm||2845 ft|
|Cabin Length||Cabin Width||Cabin Height||Lavatory||Bag Capacity|
|16.70 ft||4.50 ft||4.80 ft||Full||66 cu. ft|