Beechcraft King Air 200
311 MPH Cruising Speed
The Beech King Air is
the world's most popular turboprop aircraft. Beech Aircraft
Corporation developed the King Air in 1964 as a compromise between
piston-engine and jet aircraft and the design quickly found success.
The King Air can fly farther and higher than piston-engine aircraft,
and, unlike many jets, it can land on the short runways of most
small airports. This aircraft remains the primary business aircraft
for small to mid-size companies, and it is an integral part of the
flight inventories of many larger corporations.
Pilatus PC-12 Turboprop
299 MPH Cruising
The Pilatus PC-12 has quickly developed a
reputation for outstanding versatility, performance, and operational
flexibility. As such, it is one of the most popular turbine-powered
business aircraft on the market today. In operation around the
globe, the PC-12 has found popularity in a number of roles �
executive transport, cargo, air ambulance, airline, and government
special mission applications. Whether it�s the large cabin, single
pilot operations, long range, low operating costs, high speed, short
field capability, or precision Swiss engineering and construction,
each customer finds the perfect balance of features to serve their
needs in the PC-12.