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MUNDIAEREO proudly presents:
The Beechcraft King Air 200 is a twin-engine turboprop aircraft produced by Beechcraft, a subsidiary of Textron Aviation. It was introduced in 1974 as an upgrade to the original King Air 90 with larger engines, increased payload, and improved performance. The King Air 200 has a maximum speed of 333 knots and a range of over 1,500 nautical miles, making it an ideal aircraft for both short and medium-haul flights. It has a spacious cabin that can accommodate up to 11 passengers in comfort, and can be configured for various missions, including executive travel, air ambulance, cargo, and special mission operations. The King Air 200 is known for its reliability, durability, and versatility, with over 2,000 units produced and in operation around the world. Its advanced avionics and sophisticated systems make it a favorite among pilots, while its low operating costs and high resale value make it a smart investment for aircraft owners.

YEAR
1980


MANUFACTURER
Beechcraft


MODEL
King Air 200


CONDITION
Used


SERIAL NUMBER
BB-657


REGISTRATION
N91MF

ENGINE MAKE/MODEL
Blackhawk XP42


ENGINE TIME
2467 Hours


ENGINE TBO
3600 TBO


ENGINE NOTES

Blackhawk XP42 Engine Upgrade; 3600 TBO; on ESP
Gold Lite Program, $128/Hour/Engine


ENGINE
ENGINE MAKE/MODEL
Blackhawk XP42


ENGINE TIME

2467 Hours


ENGINE ES


Blackhawk XP42 Engine Upgrade; 3600 TBO; on ESP

 
Gold Lite Program, $128/Hour/Engine

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