1991 King Air C90A used

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Description

The King Air C90A is a twin-engine turboprop aircraft manufactured by Beechcraft Corporation. It is a variant of the King Air 90 series and was introduced in 1984. The aircraft is mainly used for corporate transport and can seat up to eight passengers. It is powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-21 engines and has a maximum range of 1,500 nautical miles. The C90A has a maximum cruise speed of 250 knots and a service ceiling of 25,000 feet. The aircraft has a wingspan of 49 feet and a length of 39 feet. It has a maximum takeoff weight of 11,500 pounds and a maximum payload of 1,500 pounds.

Features

  • TT: 7,305.2
  • TC: 6,803
  • Engine(s)
  • Pratt & Whitney PT6A-21
  • TT: 7,305.2 / 7,210.7
  • TC: 6,803 / 6,728
  • TSOH: 3,623.4 / 3,528.9
  • CSOH: 2,988 / 2,863
  • SN: PCE-2556 / PCE-2555
  • Prop Details
  • TT: 7,305.2 / 3,142.8
  • TSOH: 1,350.6 / 1,350.6
  • Avionics
  • Radios Dual Collins VHF-22A w/CTL-22
  • Nav Dual Collins VIR-32 w/CTL-32
  • GPS Garmin GPS-400W
  • Autopilot: Collins APS-65 w/yaw damper
  • Transponders: Dual FreeFlight RANGR 1090
  • ADSB-Out: Dual FreeFlight RANGR 1090
  • Weather Radar: Collins WXR-270 color
  • Flight Director: Collins FIS-84 4-inch w/ADI-84
  • HIS: Collins EHSI-74 & 331A-G
  • Rad Alt: Collins ALT-50A
  • TCAS: Skywatch 899
  • Features/Options
  • McCauley Four-Blade Propellers
  • Frakes Exhaust Stacks
  • Cleveland Wheels & Brakes

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