King Air B200GT. Photo. Characteristics. Salon.
King Air B200GT. Photo. Characteristics. Salon.

King Air B200GT

27.10.1972 "Beech" in the air raised the prototype of an improved, new aircraft such as King Air, which received the designation Beech Model 200 Super King Air. It differs from the Model 100 KingAir with a larger span, tail-shaped T-shaped tail and an increased amount of fuel for powerful theater engines (turboprop engines) Pratt & WhitneyPT6A41 for flying a large load.

King Air B200GT photo salon

King Air B200GT photo salon

In March 1981 Standard Model 200 changed Plane Model B200, which have better cruising and high-rise properties, using TVDPT6A42. After 1990 ModelB200 was still in production. Sub-options include Model B200C a cargo door on the left side behind the cab, Model B 200SE (special version) equipped with an autopilot and avionics CollinsEFIS (electronic flight information), Model B200T with the possibility to install detachable fuel tanks at terminals wing that It increased to 16.92m scope and ModelB200CT terminated tanks and cargo door.

King Air B200GT cockpit

King Air B200GT cockpit

In 1995, sales of the SuperKingAir series aircraft became more than 1500 units per year. Although many vehicles were intended for the civilian market, approximately 350 aircraft were purchased by the USAF and other countries. Certain aircraft perform special tasks - the Argentine Navy in 1997 purchased three Cormorants (Cormoran) equipped with a BendixRDR1500 surveillance radar to patrol the coast.

The characteristics of the aircraft King Air B200GT:

  • Range: 2126km

  • Cruising speed: 570km / hour

  • The highest altitude: 10668m

  • The highest take-off weight: 5670kg

  • The greatest number of passengers: 7

  • interior length: 5.08m

  • The width of the passenger compartment: 1.37m

  • Cabin height: 1.45m

  • The volume of the passenger compartment: 8.58kub.m

  • Length: 13.36m

  • Height: 4.52m

  • Wingspan: 16.61

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