Beechcraft 350 King Air
Based on the King Air 300, the Super King Air 350 incorporates a wing of increased span with winglets, and interior changes that increase max seating to 11 plus two crew. The fuselage has been lengthened although the engines remain two 1,050 shp (783 kW) P & W Canada PT6A-60A turboprops. Certificated in 1990, the first King Air 350 was delivered on 6 March 1990.
In 2004, the King Air’s 40th anniversary, Raytheon added two 16-cubic-foot wing lockers in the aft portion of the engine nacelles to increase loading flexibilities.
Raytheon Super King Air 350
Engines: Two Pratt and Whitney PT6A-60A turboprops (1050 / 783 kW horsepower each)
Crew: Two pilots, or pilot and navigator/observer, or various crews in training roles
Length: 46.654 ft / 14.22m
Height: 14.337 ft / 4.40m
Wingspan: 57.907 ft / 17.65m
Wing area : 310.003 sq.ft / 28.8 sq.m
Wing load : 48.38 lb/sq.ft / 236.0 kg/sq.m
Max cert TO wt: 6804 kg / 15,100 lb.
Max cert ldg wt: 6804 kg.
Empty weight: 9,326 lb
Fuel capacity: 539 USgals
Max. speed : 315 kts / 583 kph
Top cruise: 359 kts
Initial climb rate: 2,731 fpm
Ceiling: 35,000 feet
Takeoff distance: 3,300 ft
Landing distance: 2,692 ft
Accommodation: Up to six passengers