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The Beechcraft KING AIR 250 is a turboprop aircraft manufactured by Beechcraft.
It was certified in 2011 in the US and in 2012 in the EU. The King Air 250 is the latest successor to the very popular King Air 200 series, with several thousands of aircraft delivered to date and stands between the smaller C90GTx and the larger 350i model in the King Air family.
The King Air 250 can fly non-stop for 3’200km and will connect you on your European flights. Due to its short-runway landing capabilities, it can land in the most remote airports. Fitted with lightweight composite propellers and touch-screen Collins Pro Line fusion avionics, this aircraft combines comfort and enhanced productivity. Compared to the 200 series, its new composite winglets and propellers improve takeoff performance, climb rate, and top speed significantly.
As for the cabin, it is generous in space compared to similar sized light jets and will provide with all the needed comfort for short to medium-haul flights. The interior cabin of the King Air 250 has been meticulously crafted to feel spacious and comfortable. Much of this is due to the 250's design's deft subtleties. Its understated square-oval cabin provides passengers with much-appreciated head and shoulder room, significantly contributing to the aircraft's spacious atmosphere. The passengers will also be able to enjoy the scenery through the large round windows.
The Beechcraft King Air 250 seats eight passengers comfortably, but has a maximum capacity of ten.
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Luggage capacity: 1,6m3