Private Jet Company: Fixed-Wing Turboprops

Fixed-wing turboprops are a favorite among many. Often a cost effective solution for private flights, these air charters provide value and comfortable travel.

Read more about Fixed-Wing Turboprops below:

King Air 350

The King Air 350 began production in 1989 as the successor to the 300. Improvements included a stretched fuselage and winglets. The 350 is recognizable by its low/straight wing with winglets and its 2 wing mounted, 4 bladed turboprop engines. … Continue reading

King Air 200

Originally called the Super King Air 200, the King Air 200 entered service in 1973 and has grown to be one of the most common turboprops in the market today. The 200 is pressurized and can carry up to 8 … Continue reading

King Air 90

The King Air E90 is another variant of the original King Air 90. It incorporates the airframe of the C90 with higher performance turboprop engines. It is recognizable by its low/straight wing with 2 wing mounted, 4 bladed turboprop engines. … Continue reading