King Air 250 Along With Other Aircraft At Sun ‘n Fun
By Steve Hall
March 28, 2011 - Hawker Beechcraft Corporation announced
it will feature its entire Beechcraft product lineup at
the 2011 Sun ‘n Fun International Fly-In and Expo March
29–April 3 in
The display, the company’s largest ever at the 37th
annual gathering, will be highlighted with the show
debut of the new King Air 250. In addition to the 250,
the company will also feature a Premier IA, King Air
350i, King Air C90GTx, Baron G58 and Bonanza G36 in
booth MD7-B/MD8-A at the
“Sun ‘n Fun provides a great opportunity to launch a new year with excitement as we proudly debut our new King Air 250,” said Keith Nadolski, president, Beechcraft Americas.
“Sun ‘n Fun, with its relaxed and informal atmosphere, is a great place to showcase our aircraft and discuss the benefits of owning a Beechcraft product. We are looking forward to a great turnout and successful show.” The following Beechcraft products will be on display at the 2011 Sun ‘n Fun.
– An advanced technology light jet, the Premier IA offers
customers an industry-leading combination of speed, cabin size
and efficiency. With its single-pilot certification, advanced
composite construction, seven-passenger seating and a top cruise
speed of more than 500 miles per hour, the Premier IA offers the
ultimate in operational flexibility. It sets the industry
standard for being both a true “pilot’s airplane” and a serious
350i – Now equipped with the Rockwell Collins Venue cabin
management system and state-of-the-art Beechcraft FlexCabin
capability, the King Air 350i sets the standard in cabin
comfort, business capability, in-flight productivity and
entertainment. It delivers unmatched fuel efficiency and the
lowest operating cost per seat mile, making it the greenest
aircraft in its class. The King Air 350i is the perfect addition
to any corporate fleet.
King Air 250 – Building on a reputation of proven performance, the next-generation Beechcraft King Air 250 features composite winglets and lightweight composite propellers, delivering improved runway performance, range, speed and enhanced climb. Passengers travel in quintessential King Air comfort, easily moving about in the spacious square-oval cabin over long-distance journeys. The King Air 250 further defines mission reliability with a ram air recovery system that maintains peak performance when the anti-icing system is activated, resulting in a high-performance, all-weather aircraft.
King Air C90GTx –
Key enhancements to the King Air C90GTx include an increase in gross
weight and the addition of composite winglets, which improve climb
performance and further increase fuel efficiency. Featuring a cabin 50
percent larger than some very light jets, the C90GTx seats up to seven
passengers in its famed squared-oval design, allowing greater passenger
comfort. It includes an in-flight accessible, heated and pressurized
baggage storage area along with a private aft lavatory as standard.
Baron G58 – The twin-engine piston aircraft that pilots aspire to own, the Baron G58 offers unmatched performance and range/payload capabilities in its segment. It also features a premium cabin that provides the best ride of any twin-engine aircraft, including flexible seating that allows for seating of two, four or six people, with the option to reconfigure and remove seats to accommodate mission needs and large baggage items. Its flight deck includes fully integrated Garmin G1000 avionics with a GFC 700 flight control system and new GWX 68 color weather radar.
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