2022 King Air 260

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The King Air 260 is a twin-engine turboprop aircraft produced by Beechcraft. The aircraft was designed to replace the popular King Air 200, and it was first introduced in 2020. It features an updated interior, new avionics, and improved performance. The King Air 260 is powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-67P turboprop engines, each providing 1,100 horsepower. It has a maximum cruise speed of 325 knots, a maximum range of 1,500 nautical miles, and a maximum altitude of 25,000 feet. The aircraft has a pressurized cabin, seating up to nine passengers in a comfortable club seating configuration. The King Air 260 is an efficient and reliable aircraft that is perfect for short-haul and regional travel.


  • Total Time: 52 hrs
  • Engine(s)
  • Left Engine: 52.0 hours / 40 Cycles
  • Right Engine: 52.0 hours / 40 Cycles
  • Prop Details
  • Left Propeller: 52.0 hours
  • Right Propeller: 52.0 hours
  • Avionics
  • Collins radios with dual COM, dual NAV, single DME
  • Dual TDR-94D solid-state Mode A/C/S Transponders with Flight ID and is ADS-B Out compliant with the DO-260B standard
  • Collins TCAS-4100 TCAS II Traffic Collision Avoidance System compliant with Change 7.1 regulatory requirements
  • Collins RTA-4112 MultiScan Color Doppler Radar
  • Dual Integrated Collins FMS with WASS/LVP capability
  • Solid State Cockpit Voice Recorder with 120 minute recording time
  • Collins Aerospace iTAWS including Class A TAWS
  • Artex C406-N ELT
  • Electronic Charts (Subscription Required)
  • Surface Management System
  • IS&S ThrustSense Autothrottle
  • Synthetic Vision Technology
  • Features/Options
  • Commuter Air Technologies Wilderness ‘Soft Touch’ Main Landing Gear Tires STC

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