Air International 2020-11
P.Eden - Long live the King!
The King Air C90GTx has remained faithful to the low-tail position of the original Model 65-90
Even the smallest member of the current-production King Air family, the C90GTx, offers customers a comfortable, well-appointed cabin
With four King Airs already in service, including this King Air 200, RVL Group anticipates adding a fifth to keep up with demand and attract new customers
King Air maintenance, modification and operations are cornerstones in Gama Aviation's UK business, illustrated here by this King Air 250
The King Air, in this case a Model 250, is easily configured for cargo. But no aircraft is perfect and RVL's Dave Connor says its usefulness as a bulk freighter is compromised by the need to keep access to the cockpit clear
On August 12, 2020, Blackhawk Aerospace announced Federal Aviation Administration approval for its Garmin G1000 NXi and XP67A Engine upgrade for the King Air 300 series. As well as new avionics and PT6A-67A engines, the package adds Hartzell five-bladed composite propellers
Exemplified here by a Textron-operated 360ER demonstrator, the King Air offers real-world rough field capability
Zeusch Aviation operates ambulance-configured King Air 200, G-MEDZ (c/n BB-1478), on dedicated medevac operations in Spain