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 passengers with a 1 or 2 man flight crew. The King Air 200 is recognizable by its low/straight wing, with twin wing mounted, 4 bladed turboprop engines. It also incorporates a swept T-tail with swept horizontal stabilizer. Each side of the fuselage has 5 cabin windows. The 200 cruises at speeds up to 289 knots and has a range of 1,885 nautical miles.
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