The rugged, performance-orientated Beechcraft King Air C90GTi
is at home almost anywhere. It
has the ability to operate from remote, unimproved fields as
easily as it flows into congested,
terminal airspace, providing operators with the versatility to
utilize airports inaccessible to most jets.
It is also incredibly fuel-efficient which contributes
to its low operating costs while
offering increased performance and greater system redundancy.
The aircraft is powered by Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-135-A
turbojet engine. The engine is capable of producing 750shp
(559kW) of power and flat-rating power of 410kW.
The King Air C90GTi can climb at the rate of 10.2m/s.
The maximum and cruise speeds of the aircraft are 500km/h and
The King Air C90GTi’s cabin features a wide airstair door for
entry and exit of passengers. The cabin is almost 50% larger
than conventional very light jets (VLJ). The spacious and
comfortable cabin can accommodate seven passengers.
The aircraft cabin comprises refreshment cabinets,
lavatories and a large pressurised baggage storage area for
passengers’ luggage. The baggage area is fully accessible to
passengers in flight.