King Air C 90


Crew1 / 2
Propulsion2 Turboprop Engines
Engine ModelPratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-28
Engine Power (each)507 kW680 shp
Speed459 km/h
248 kts
  285 mph
Service Ceiling7.574 m24.850 ft
Range2.484 km
1.341 NM
1.543 mi.
Empty Weight3.083 kg6.797 lbs
max. Takeoff Weight5.216 kg11.500 lbs
Wing Span14,00 m45,9 ft
Wing Area26,0 m²280 ft²
Length12,17 m39,9 ft
Height4,70 m15,4 ft
First Flight20.01.1964 (90)
Production Statusin production

The King Air 90 was the first model King Air 
produced by Raytheon Beechcraft, having 400 in production by 1968. The King Air 90 is extremely convenient 
when used for short range business and leisure charter and has features like: accommodation for up to 7 passengers,
a cruising speed of 219 kts, a range of 1059 nm, and an interior cabin dimension of 4.5W x 12.6L x 4.8H (feet). 
In addition, it's large baggage compartment, stylish interior (with a cabin that is 50% larger than turboprops in its class)
and comfort have made it one of the most widely used business aircrafts in its class. Rugged, well-equipped and dependable 
in all types of weather while offering the reliability and comfort you expect and deserve.