King Air 250

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Beechcraft - By Textron Aviation
Estimated Hourly Cost
Take-Off Distance
2,111 ft / 643 m
Landing Distance
2,845 ft / 867 m
1,720 nm / 1,979 mi / 3,185 km
Max Cruise Speed
310 kt / 357 mph / 575 km/h
Cruising Altitude
35,000 ft / 10,668 m
Cabin Altitude
10,000 ft / 3,048 m
Cabin Height
4 ft 8 in / 1.4 m
Cabin Width
4 ft 6 in / 1.37 m
Cabin Length
16 ft 8 in / 5.1 m
Baggage Capacity
55 cu ft / 1.57 cu m

Requested Routes

Pompano Beach Airpark, Pompano Beach, FL (PPM / KPMP) to Deadman’s Cay Airport, Long Island, Bahamas (LGI / MYLD)

Westchester County, White Plains, NY (HPN / KHPN) to Nantucket Memorial Airport, Nantucket, MA (ACK / KACK)

Marco Island Airport, Marco Island, FL (MRK / KMKY) to Dr. Joaquin Balaguer International Airport, Santo Domingo, D.R. (JBQ / MDJB)


The Beechcraft Super King Air series of aircraft is part of the company’s series of twin-turboprop aircraft. The Model 200 originally began in 1969 as the Model 101, a development of the Model 100 King Air. The Model 200 retained the majority of the Model 100’s fuselage, with modifications to the rear fuselage to fit a new T-tail and structural modifications to allow for increased maximum pressurization. On October 27, 1972, the first prototype flew for the first time. Three production aircraft were also manufactured in 1972 and supplied to the United States Army under military identification, RU-21J. The 200 was certified for civil use in December 1973, with the first civil delivery in February of 1974.The Model B200 was a variant of the 200 with significant improvements which began manufacturing in 1981. It is powered by the same engines as the previous model, but with enhancements that result in increased aircraft performance. It saw vast popularity and created variations for specific clientele such as military or corporate for cargo loads. Initially marketed as the “Super King Air” family, the Model 200 and Model 300 series were renamed in 1996. Thanks to its popularity, advancements and innovation continued to be made on this series.Hawker Beechcraft (as the firm is now named) debuted the Model B200GT, a more advanced version of the B200, on May 21, 2007 at the 7th Annual European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition in Geneva. Textron upgraded the King Air 200 series with the announcement of the 260 on December 2, 2020, with deliveries in 2021. The model features more advanced flight systems, increased range, and increased top speed for up to nine passengers. The type was approved by the FAA in March 2021 and by the European Aviation Safety Agency in September 2021.

The King Air was created by Beechcraft to double as a family lounge or boardroom on the go. Executive seats, side-panel-stored tables, power outlets, and optional wifi connectivity are just a few of the amenities that will keep passengers comfortable and connected. The King Air 250’s roomy cabin is structured like a square-oval and offers a refreshment area, controlled electronic window blinds, and basic electrical gadgets. Automatic adjustment of the electronic window curtains creates an ambiance tailored to the passengers’ moods.The cabin’s comfort is boosted further by specifically designed leather seating that may be customized to the user’s specifications. The cabin features fold-down tables, power outlets, and an optional Wi-Fi connection, as well as noise-reduction measures that help keep the cabin quiet. It is equipped with an air-stair entrance to facilitate freight loading.

The King Air 250 is powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-52 turboprop engines producing 850 horsepower each. The engines have a Ram air recovery system, which significantly improves power delivery, performance, and fuel economy. The engines power two Hartzell four-bladed advanced composite propellers that are quiet and reversible, delivering impressive runway performance. They are able to maintain a consistent speed for an extended period of time and include automated feathering.The King Air 250 has a maximum cruising speed of 310 kt and a climb rate of 2,450ft/min to an altitude of 35,000 feet. It has a maximum range of 1,720 nautical miles. The aircraft can take off from a short distance of 2,111 feet and land at 2,845 feet.

The King Air 250’s flight deck supports two pilots and may alternatively be operated by a single pilot. It is equipped with Rockwell Collins’ Pro Line Fusion integrated avionics suite. The 14-inch touchscreen screens assist pilots in navigating by giving critical data in the form of graphs and charts in a more succinct manner. The Pro Line Fusion avionics suite incorporates sophisticated technology that alerts crew members to unexpected conditions, including an air traffic alert system, terrain awareness and warning system, weather radar, dual flight management system, fully automated flight guidance system, dual navigation, and communication radio systems.The weather radar is equipped with an in-built turbulence detecting system. The aircraft is also fitted with an anti-icing system and windshield wipers for operations should there be any inclement weather.

The world’s most popular business turboprop, the King Air 250 aircraft, now offers increased performance transporting its passengers in luxury and at a lower cost. Its advanced flight deck provides the cockpit with exceptional situational awareness, making this turboprop incredibly safe and reliable. Its cabin is amongst the largest in the turboprop segment and is great for work or relaxation. CharterJets Inc. features the newest and highest safety rated King Air 250’s available. Reach out today to discuss your upcoming travel!

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