KING AIR B200
A higher performance model of the King Air 100, the King Air B200 was first introduced in March of 1981. The addition of higher performance engines and increased cabin pressurization makes this and subsequent upgrades a favorite for inexpensive corporate daytrips of less than 1,000 miles. It is recognizable by its low/straight wing, with 2 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. Piloted by a crew of 1 or 2, the King Air B200 is pressurized and can carry up to 8 passengers. The King Air B200 cruises at speeds up to 289 knots and has a range of 1,975 nautical miles.