The King Air 200 was the first of the model 200 series, introduced in 1974. The Model 200 series incorporated a pair of PT6A-41 engines, a swept-blade propeller, along with the distinctive T-tail of its predecessor, the King Air 100.
The King Air 200 was the second model in the King Air family and was the first to feature the T-tail design. It was also the first King Air to utilize the Pratt & Whitney PT6A-41 engine. The aircraft was certified in 1974 and was popular with corporate and charter operators. The 200 series had a longer fuselage and larger wings than the 100 series, resulting in improved performance, particularly in hot and high conditions.
The King Air 200 was produced until 1985, when it was replaced by the King Air B200. Over the course of its production run, more than 1,100 aircraft were built.
- Total Time: 16900 hrs
- 4080/3490 SMOH PT6A-41. 640/640 Since hot section
- Prop Details
- 4 Bladed Raisbeck
- Collins and Garmin 500 WAAS
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