Does a King Air 200 require a type rating?
Similarly, does King Air require type rating?
Nope, you don't need a type rating for B-200. The only kingair you need a type for is the B-300 because it is certified above 12500. Otherwise, you do not need a type rating. You don't need a type rating for any turboprop in this category.
Additionally, do you need a type rating for a King Air 350? If you want to fly a King Air 300 or 350 like the one profiled in the February 2015 issue (“Turbine Pilot: The Ultimate King Air”), you will need a type rating, because these models are certified under FAA's Part 23 Commuter category.
Also to know is, does the King Air 250 require a type rating?
The King Air 250 is the latest model in the enormously popular King Air 200 series. Indeed, the King Air 200 was the largest, most complex airplane a multiengine-rated pilot could theoretically simply hop in and fly. The 300-series airplanes required a type rating.
Is King Air 200 single pilot?
An early airplane approved in the commuter category was the Beech King Air 300, which very closely resembles the Super King Air 200, except the 300 has more powerful engines and a maximum takeoff weight above 12,500 pounds. These airplanes are eligible to be flown by a single pilot, but not just any single pilot.