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Beechcraft Super King Air specs
Last updated: 8 August 2013
Manufacturer:Beechcraft
Country: United States of America
First flight:27 October 1972
Production ended: in production
Production total:3550+
Series: 200C: Civil equivalent to A200C, 36 built
200T: Version with optional wingtip fuel tanks, optional dome-shaped side windows in the rear fuselage
300: Improved version of B200 with PT6A-60A engines
300 Super King Air 350ER: Model (B)200T with higher MTOW; provision for surveillance equipment in a belly pod
300LW: Model 300 with lower MTOW
A200: Model purpose-built for U.S. military; 75 built.
B200: Updated version of Model 200
B200C: B200 with cargo door
B200GT: Updated version of B200.
B300: Stretched model with two extra cabin windows each side of forward fuselage and winglets on wingtips
B300C: Version of B300 with cargo door.
Beechcraft 200: Initial production version
C-12A: US Army for liaison and attache transport version of Model A200
C-12C: C-12A with upgraded engines
C-12F: USAF transport version. Based on the A200CF and B200C
Catpass 250: Modified King Air 200 with high density interior
MC-12W: USAF version modified for Intelligence, Surveillance & Reconnaissance
RC-12K: US Army Guardrail Common Sensor system version of A200CT
RC-12N: US Army Guardrail Common Sensor system version of A200CT
UC-12B: A200C for US Navy, USMC with an additional cargo door
Propulsion:2 turboprop engines
Maximum certificated number of passengers:13
Maximum certificated take-off mass:7484 kg
ICAO Mass group:3

Beechcraft Super King Air photo

Beechcraft Super King Air file photo (photo: Aviation Safety Network archives)