Beechcraft King Air 350
When a customer demands modifications to the King Air 300 model, Raytheon Beechcraft did not disappoint with the Beechcraft King Air 350. The King Air line has been in production since 1974, and the King Air 350 is an upgraded version of the 300 models. The customer favorite King Air 300 got that much better with the 350 models. An increase to 16,500 lbs for the takeoff weight capacity, as well as better landing gear for landing on unimproved runways, made this aircraft much more versatile. Extra fuel capacity also increased the range to 1556 miles. The King Air line is known for its high speed and high ceiling when compared to other light jets.
The Beechcraft King Air 350 interior has a double club layout which includes eight seats and a toilet. The comfortability of the aircraft makes it very attractive to passengers. The layout gives passengers access to a folding table where they can be productive during their flight. In addition to the nice King Air interior, winglets were added to the wingtips which have increased the aircraft’s autonomy and performance. The King Air 350 can land on both long and short runways. So if you need to land on a short runway, you take a King Air 350 and fly up to 8 passengers comfortably.
Here are some other specifications for the Beechcraft King Air 350:
Crew: Up to 2
General Storage: 55 cubic feet
Takeoff distance: 3300 feet
Climb Rate: 2731 fpm
Cruise Speed: 270 mph
Ceiling: 33,000 feet
Wing Span: 41ins
In short, this is a great charter jet for those looking to carry a little extra than the typical business trip and those who need to land in places with unimproved runways.