Beechcraft C90 BXP King Air Blackhawk FS2004
The Beechcraft King Air is a family of twin turboprop aircraft produced by Beechcraft Queen Air from which they differed initially, besides the engine, a pressurized fuselage. True successor of the Beech 18 King Air has seen many civil and military developments. The Beechcraft U-21 Ute is a hybrid version, non-pressurized, specifically developed for the U.S. Army, the VC-6 and T-44 are similar to the Model 90 civilians and under the designation C-12 Huron found a number of Model 200 and 350. The Beech 99 and Beechcraft 1900 aircraft are commercial transport belonging to the same family, the Beechcraft 1300 version of the Model B200 adapted to regional transport. The Model 90 is produced without interruption since 1964.
The King Air has been and still is a real success and continue their career in sales thanks to their reliability, performance, and volume of the cabin, it is possible to rapidly transform the cargo light or sanitary. They are very present in the fleets of air taxi companies. (Wikipedia)
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