Beechcraft King Air 200 – 1980

Price: SOLD
Make: Beechcraft
Type: Beechcraft King Air
REF NO: B200-976

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Beechcraft King Air 200 – 1980

  • TTSN: 10958,90 hrs
  • TCSN: 10484
  • Engine 1 TSN: 10958,90 hrs
  • Engine 2 TSN: 11089 hrs
  • Interior currently being refurbished
  • Flight Director Collins FD109Z
  • Co-Pilot HSI Collins PN101
  • Dual Encoding Altimeters
  • Dual Audio Panels DB Systems 401
  • Garmin GNC420 – Comm/GPS
  • Garmin GP155
  • Radar Collins WXR300 Colour radar
  • HF – Bendix King
  • ADF Collins 60A
  • DME Collins DME40
  • Dual COM Collins VHF20A
  • Dual NAV Collins VIR30
  • Storm Scope BFG WX1000
  • Dual RMI Indicators Collins Alt55
  • Dual Remote Compass Sperry C-14
  • ELT RC200 – 406

The Model 200 was originally conceived as the Model 101 in 1969, and developed from the Model 100 King Air. The Model 200 had essentially the same fuselage as the Model 100, with changes to the rear fuselage to accommodate a new T-tail and structural changes to allow higher maximum pressurisation .Apart from the T-tail, other changes included Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-41 engines rated at 850 shp (630 kW) and a wing of increased span and extra fuel capacity. Overall, the 200 was longer, with a greater fuel capacity. Maximum Take-Off Weight also increased by 450 kg. The first prototype flew for the first time on October 27, 1972. The Beechcraft King Air 200 received civil certification in December 1973. More than 1800 King Air 200’s have been delivered over 40 years in production.


The Beechcraft King Air 200 is a twin-engined turboprop aircraft with retractable landing gear. It features a large, pressurised cabin seating 15, including 1 or 2 pilots. Entry is through an aft stair door. To the right you’ll find 55.3 cubic feet of netted cargo area. Its tall, robust landing gear, especially when fitted with optional high float larger tyres, delivers better ground/propeller clearance. This makes quick work of short, unpaved or uneven runways. The aircraft has 2 engines, turning 4-blade props that spin at 1500-1900 rpm. Powered by: 2 Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-42. It has a maximum cruising speed of 515km/h. Lower cruising altitudes made for quick climbs and short trips.

Beechcraft King Air 200

King Air 200 went on to be the most successful aircraft in its class. It is a stable aircraft and easy at a reasonable attitude despite moderate turbulence. Various special mission King Air 200’s have been built…  including for naval calibration, maritime patrol and resource exploration. It is a corporate, passenger and utility aircraft.


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