1981 King Air 200

KING AIR 200

SERIAL: BB-848 | REG: C-FLPA
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ABOUT THE KING AIR 200
Beechcraft’s King Air 200 is one of many iterations of the longest tenured turboprop line of all time, the Super King Air, which includes the 200 and 300 series King Airs. Beechcraft dropped the “Super” designation in 1996, but continues to produce 200 and 300 King Air models. The original King Air 200 is powered by two Pratt & Whitney PT6A-41 engines that allow it to cruise at around 289 knots. These engines burn a mere 101 gallons per hour and allow the aircraft to fly approximately 1,500 nautical miles. The King Air 200 was in production from 1974 to 1981, but lived on in the form of the King Air B200 and the 250, both upgraded successors of the 200. The King Air 200 was the first King Air model to utilize the “T-tail” with the horizontal stabilizer, giving it a unique ramp presence while also making flap deployment and retraction easier on the pilot.

AIRFRAME
• Total Time: 9576.5 Hours
• Total Landings: 7019 Cycles

ENGINES
• Pratt & Whitney PT6A-41
• Left Engine: 3505 Hours Since Overhaul
• Right Engine: 3505 Hours Since Overhaul

AVIONICS
• Collins VHF 20A Communication Transceiver
• Collins VIR 30A Navigation Receiver
• Collins FD-108 5” Dual FD/Proline
• Dual Collins TDR 90
• Dual Collins ADF 60A
• Dual Collins DME 40
• Dual Collins RMI-30
• Collins AP-105 Autopilot
• King KLN 90B GPS
• Avidyne Flightmax 750 – MFD
• Primus 400 Radar
• BF Goodrich Stormscope System WX 500
• BF Goodrich Skywatch SKY 497 TCAS I
• Bendix/King Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System KGP 560
• Artex 406 ELT
• Dual Garmin 750s with Garmin Transponder
• ADS-B

ADDITIONAL FEATURES
• Raisbeck High Float Gear Door
• Raisbeck Quiet Turbofan Prop
• Raisbeck Dual Aft Strakes
• Raisbeck Exhaust Stack Fairings
• Commuter Air Technology Exhaust Gas Extractors
• Three Phase Soundproofing

MAINTENANCE
• All Inspections up to Date. Commercially Maintained on Canadian Air Charter Certificate as per Manufacturer’s Maintenance Schedule.

INTERIOR
• New Interior 2017
• Seven Passengers
• Belted Lavatory

EXTERIOR
• New Paint 2017