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More payload. More runways.
More power to you
The Beechcraft King Air is more than just a business icon. For generations, the King Air 350 series has delivered the means to go more places, with more people, in more comfort, at less cost. It is little wonder that, today, King Air stands as the most popular business aircraft in the world. All over the world. What’s more, the same things that have made it the most popular in the past and present also make it the most relevant and useful for the future.
Quiet and Spacious Interior
Our King Air 350's are equipped with Elliot Sounds suppression to give you a quiet cabin. The cabin by design gives you more space with ample room for up to eleven passengers.
The King Air 350 takes you where others can’t, no matter how remote the destination. Rugged landing gear and a strong airframe allow the King Air 350 to operate from unimproved runways as well as from major airports. In fact, at maximum takeoff weight, the 350irequires only 3,300 feet (1,006 m) of paved runway. And it operates effortlessly from high altitude and under extreme weather conditions. Your King Air 350 will do its job reliably, day in and day out, providing access to thousands more airports—and the business opportunities that go with them. The competition can’t touch that.
Passenger seats: 11
Length (excluding cockpit): 19 ft 6 in (5.94 m)
Height: 57 in (1.45 m)
Width: 54 in (1.37 m)
71 cu ft (2.02 cu m)
Challenger 300 Specifications
Typical seating: 11
Length: 46 ft 8 in (14.22 m)
Wingspan: 57 ft 11 in (17.65 m)
Height overall: 14 ft 4 in (4.37 m)
Pratt & Whitney (PT6A-60A)
Takeoff distance: 4,810 ft (1,466 m)
Landing distance: 3,300 ft (1006 m)
Rockwell Collins Pro Line 2 EFD 85
Three Tuve EFIS
Collins EFIS-85 Flight Director W/EADI-85 & EHSI-85
Charts on EX500 MFD
WX500 Stormscope Displays on EX500
Skywatch 497 Displays on EX50
Maximum operating altitude: 35,000 ft (10,668 m)
Max Cruise Speed: 312 mph (578 km/h)