"KING AIR 250, TurboProp Charter Flights!"

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The most popular business turboprop in the world, the Beechcraft King Air 250, now provides cutting-edge touchscreen avionics technology, greater passenger comfort.

It has enhanced payload options to deliver more people to more places in unprecedented comfort.

The enhanced payload option provides increased mission flexibility. Take your King Air where it’s never been before.

The legendary comfort of the King Air’s square-oval interior offers generous head and shoulder room, unmatched by conventional cabin cross sections.

The King Air 250 interior is furnished with finely crafted seats that are able to laterally track, swivel and recline.

Pro Line Fusion is an intuitive touch-screen flight deck that simplifies how we aviate, navigate and communicate.

Featuring standard synthetic vision and enhanced situational awareness, there is no need to search through FMS menus.

It’s where the power of simplicity meets cutting-edge performance, durability and reliability.

Enjoy direct access to critical information such as waypoints, routing, weather and all flight planning tools.

Pro Line Fusion allows for heads-up flying rather than searching through menus and pages of flight data.

The King Airs are used for hauling cargo to mountainous villages, for flying executives to board meetings at downtown airports, for evacuating injured off-roaders from outback gravel strips.

They are also used for taking family and friends on mountain vacation getaways and much more.

The hallmark of their versatility is that a single airplane, with a quick change of seats, can be and often is used for several different purposes.

The new King Air 250 aims to do all that and more while doing it better. It’s a tall order.

So you can get away from the sidewall and position the seat to give you the most clearance from other passengers.

The great hard-sided lav is in back. You can access bags in flight in the rear pressurized baggage area.

It’s right next to the airstair door, there’s no need to haul bags through the aisle to get them stowed.

The King Air 250 will take its rightful place in the long line of remarkable airplanes called King Airs.

With its combination of speed, excellent runway performance, creature comforts and, don’t forget, that great cabin, the 250 is indeed a worthy heir.

As one of the most cost effective planes in its class, the King Air 250 is rightfully a popular choice for mid-range business travel.

Its vibration dampening hull eliminates noise so you can communicate comfortably in flight.

The figure that the manufacturer seems most impressed by is the reduction in fully loaded takeoff distance, from an absurdly low 2,579 feet to an even more absurdly low 2,111.

We’re used to seeing remarkable gains in other areas of our technological lives, but in aviation, getting these kinds of gains with a nearly 50-year-old product is unheard of.

The most noticeable of these improvements is the winglets, and, no, they aren’t just for a flashier look, though they manage to pull off that feat too.

The winglets, created by BLR, a longtime partner and supplier to Hawker Beechcraft, are made mostly of carbon fiber for light weight, so they add much in terms of performance while nearly nothing in terms of weight.

You can get between eight and 10 people in the airplane, counting a belted lavatory seat.

With a single club layout plus two rear-facing seats at the front of the cabin, the layout is convenient and comfortable.

Model 90 series, Model 100 series (these models comprising the King Air family), KING AIR 200 series and Model "King Air 300 Turbo Prop" series.

"King Air 250 Privarte Aircraft Charter"
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Thanks to big, round windows with effective polarizer shades, the lighting is excellent.

The big, solid and sleepable seats are set up to slide out into the aisle and to angle in any direction while en route.


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