Beech Model 200 Super King Air performance and specifications
Introduced in 1973, the Super King Air provides
superior levels of cabin comfort for corporate
flight departments while offering the reliability
of turboprop power plants. Since the first King
Air 90 was delivered in 1964, King Airs have
become an institution among the world’s elite
corporations. Powered by two, 850 SHP (Shaft Horse
Power) Pratt & Whitney Turboprop engines, the
Super King Air 200 can cruise at speeds over 300
MPH. The cabin of this best selling turboprop can
carry up to 8 passengers. For many years, Beech
Aircraft utilized a Super King Air as it’s own
corporate flight department that was appropriately
named "The Free Enterprise".
- TYPE: Two-crew
light executive/freight/passenger transport.
- PERIOD BUILT:
- COUNTRY OF
ORIGIN: United States
- ENGINES: Two
Pratt & Whitney PT6A-42 turboprop engines, of
850 shp each.
Length: 43 ft
9 in / 13.34 m
Height: 15 ft
0 in / 4.57 m.
Wing span: 54 ft
6 in / 16.61 m.
12,500 lb / 5,670 kg
Empty: 8,102 lb /
- Max. speed:
339 mph / 545 kph at 25,000 ft / 7,620 m.
speed; 333 mph / 536 kph at 25,000 ft / 7,620
climb: 2,450 ft / 747 m per min.
ceiling: 35,000 ft / 10,670 m.
- Range: 2,272
mls / 3,656 km.