The King Air 90 is an executive turboprop class plane created by Hawker Beechcraft. Its pressurized cabin can hold up to 7 passengers at one time, including on-board space for light baggage. The King Air 90 is most often utilized for short trips, though it is capable of covering up to 1,500 nautical miles if necessary.
4 of the King Air 90’s 7 on-board seats are arranged in a club-seat configuration, while another 2 seats are positioned towards the rear of the craft. Depending on the circumstances, a 7th passenger can then sit beside the pilot in the cockpit. Each seat is designed with comfort in mind, with the ability to recline and access to nearby cupholders.
For passengers’ convenience, the King Air 90 features a partial lavatory at the plane’s tail end. It includes a privacy curtain that separates the lavatory space from the rest of the cabin. Various improvements have also been made to the cabin’s interior to decrease noise generated by the plane’s engines and propellers.
7 PASSENGERS MAX
CABIN HEIGHT: 4.10 ft
CABIN WIDTH: 5.0 ft
The King Air 90 utilizes PT6A-20s engines, which power it to an expedient 250 MPH cruising speed under ideal conditions. It also features an increased wingspan, which allows for more stability while cruising. While in the air, your pilot will make use of a Rockwell Collins Proline 21 avionics system, which is reliable in all conditions. When it comes time to land, the King Air 90’s hydraulic landing gear will take a lot of the jolt out your touchdown.
MAX RANGE: 1,500 miles
MAX CRUISE SPEED: 250 mph
MAX OPERATING ALTITUDE: 30,000 ft (9,144 m)