How much fuel does a King 200 hold?
|1974 Beechcraft Super King Air 200|
|Fuel Capacity||549 gallons|
|Recommended Engine Fuels||JP-4; JP-5; JP-8; Jet A; Jet A-1; Jet B|
|Fuel Burn-Maximum Cruise Power at ISA||S.L.- 1016 lbs./hr 12,000 ft- 890 lbs./hr 24,000 ft- 620 lbs./hr 33,000 ft- 436 lbs./hr|
Considering this, how much fuel does a King Air 200 burn per hour?
Operating cost on a King Air is higher than on the Pilatus due to spinning two engines. The fuel burn is 100 gallons per hour instead of 70-75.
Also Know, how much does a King Air 200 weight? 12,500 lbs.
Subsequently, one may also ask, how fast is a King Air 200?
The King Air 200 has a maximum range (not including headwinds, high altitude, hot temperatures, or higher capacity) of 1580 miles and a maximum speed of 310 mph. Common names and abbreviations: BE-B200, Beechcraft B200, King Air 200, King Air B200.
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.