1980 Beechcraft King Air F90

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The Beechcraft King Air F90 is a twin-engined turboprop aircraft developed by Beechcraft. It is a larger and more powerful version of its predecessor, the Beechcraft King Air C90. The F90 was introduced in 1976 and has been in production since then. It is used for passenger and freight transport, as well as for corporate and military transport. The aircraft is equipped with two Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-135 engines, which provide 1,050 shaft horsepower each. The F90 can accommodate up to nine passengers, or a combination of passengers and cargo. It has a maximum range of 1,800 nautical miles and can reach speeds of up to 315 knots.


  • Total Time: 10906
  • Pratt & Whitney PT6A-135 (MORE Program with 8,000-hour TBO)
  • Left SN: PCE92113
  • 3,680 (hours) TSOH
  • Right SN: PCE92125
  • 3,680 (hours) TSOH
  • Engines Overhauled by Dallas Airmotive (4/2002)
  • PROPS: Hartzell 4-Blade Constant-Speed Reversible Props
  • Left: EAA-1621
  • 560 Hours TSOH (4/2016)
  • Right: CDA-3883
  • 560 TSOH (4/2016)
  • Prop overhaul done by H&H Propeller Service. (2016)
  • King multi-function display
  • Electric trim
  • Full copilot instruments
  • ADS-B Out
  • Raisbeck dual aft body strakes
  • Nacelle wing lockers
  • Electronic flight bag
  • Hartzell 4-blade constant-speed reversible props w/autofeather
  • Rudder boost
  • High flotation gear
  • Window polarizers

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