"Seating for seven in pressurized comfort."
"Load more than 750 pounds of passengers and bags with full fuel."
"Take off at maximum weight in less than 2,000 feet with advanced swept-blade propellers."
"New composite winglets improve climb rate and increase fuel efficiency."
"Cruise at 270 knots (311 mph) at 20,000 feet."
"Powered by two dependable Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A–135A turbine engines providing 1,100 horsepower."
"Backed by the industry’s largest factory–owned product–dedicated global service network."
"The KING AIR 90" can hold up to seven passengers, the King Air 90 features our famed “squared-oval” design, which provides more headroom and shoulder space.

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The King Air 90 with greater range and efficiency, this entry level "twin–turboprop aircraft" is ready to meet the needs of owner pilots as well as value–conscious corporations around the globe. "Charter Flights in a King Air 90" because Beechcraft, has made it their mission to bring you extraordinary cabin comfort.

"The KING AIR 90" sophisticated design with convenient amenities, the "King Air C90GTx’s" cabin is an advanced piece of craftsmanship worthy of the Beechcraft name.

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The KING AIR 90 is a versatile and roomy 227 cubic-foot interior is nearly 50 percent larger than the closest light-jet competitor. The ultra-quiet cabin creates a superb work environment.

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"The King Air 90 Private Aircraft" departs at maximum takeoff weight in less than 2,000 feet. Certified damage tolerant airframe ensures overall structural integrity with regular inspection and maintenance routines.

The King Air 90 has always been about taking performance to the extreme. With new levels of efficiency and next–generation engineering, the tough and rugged "C90GTx" is no exception.

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"The King Air 90 Turboprop Airplane" has doubled the "C90GTx’s" payload by increasing the Aircraft’s gross weight, allowing it to carry more fuel under all loading scenarios, and fly farther.

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